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Figure 30.1
The rates of gonorrhoea diagnoses in the USA, 1941–2011. (Reproduced from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sexually Transmitted Disease Su...
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Figure 30.5
Gonococcal cervicitis showing a mucopurulent discharge with erythema.
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Figure 30.9
Saxaphone penis caused by a periurethral abscess.
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Figure 30.13
Disseminated gonococcal infection: early macular lesions progress to pustules and haemorrhagic lesions.
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Figure 30.17
Rate of chlamydia diagnoses by gender and age in England, 2012. Data are from routine GUM clinic returns and exclude diagnoses where the gender was re...
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Figure 30.21
Follicular cervicitis – raised, white, rounded swellings – may raise the index of suspicion for chlamydia.
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Figure 30.25
Sexually acquired reactive arthritis with knee involvement causing joint swelling.
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Figure 30.29
Laboratory confirmed cases of lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) in England, 2003–2012. (© Crown copyright. Reproduced with permission of Public Health E...
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Figure 30.33
(a, b) Lymphogranuloma venereum buboes. (Part a, courtesy of Dr E. Powles.)
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Figure 30.37
(a) Penile chancroid with inguinal bubo. (b) Giant penile chancroid with inguinal bubo.
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Figure 30.41
Granuloma inguinale in a female patient.
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Figure 30.2
Rate of gonorrhoea diagnoses by gender and age in England, 2012. Data are from routine GUM clinic returns and exclude diagnoses where the gender was r...
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Figure 30.6
Gonococcal conjunctivitis showing an acute, severe, purulent discharge with irritation and a red eye.
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Figure 30.10
Bartholin's abscess: the Bartholin glands are located on either side of the vaginal opening and can become obstructed and/or infected. Gonorrhoea shou...
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Figure 30.14
Disseminated gonococcal infection showing inflammation of the metatarsophalangeal joints.
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Figure 30.18
Normal cervix with mucoid discharge demonstrating ectopy.
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Figure 30.22
(a) Chlamydial conjunctivitis can present as a non‐specific, red and irritated eye. (b) Acute follicular conjunctivitis is usually associated with vir...
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Figure 30.26
Serpiginous and annular lesions with slightly raised borders on the glans penis of a patient with sexually acquired reactive arthritis.
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Figure 30.30
Number of lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) diagnoses by HIV status in England, 2004–2010. (© Crown copyright. Reproduced with permission of Public Heal...
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Figure 30.34
Lymphogranuloma venereum inguinal syndrome showing the ‘sign of the groove’.
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Figure 30.38
Discharging inguinal bubo.
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Figure 30.42
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Figure 30.3
Acute urethritis with a purulent discharge.
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Figure 30.7
Gonococcal ophthalmia neonatorum: the purulent discharge may be profuse.
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Figure 30.11
Disseminated gonococcal infection showing a macular lesion with central necrosis on the dorsum of the hand.
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Figure 30.15
Gram staining of a urethral smear demonstrating intracellular and extracellular Gram‐negative diplococci.
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Figure 30.19
The life cycle of Chlamydia trachomatis .
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Figure 30.23
(a) A tubo‐ovarian swelling (arrow) as a consequence of repeated chlamydia infection. (b) Hysterosalpingogram showing scarred fallopian tubes and bila...
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Figure 30.27
(a) Keratodermablenorrhagica (KDB) is seen in reactive arthritis and can be a result of sexually transmitted or gastrointestinal pathogens. (b) Resolv...
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Figure 30.31
Part of a reactive lymph node with a follicle centre (lower left) seen alongside an inflammatory and necrotic focus of polymorph neutrophils (centre a...
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Figure 30.35
Chancroidal penile ulceration. (Courtesy of Dr D. Lewis.)
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Figure 30.39
Granuloma inguinale with beefy red granulomata.
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Figure 30.43
Biopsy smear showing mononuclear cells containing the causative organism with bipolar staining.
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Figure 30.4
Gonococcal proctitis: proctoscopy reveals an inflamed mucosa and a purulent discharge.
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Figure 30.8
Points of entry and route of dissemination of gonococci.
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Figure 30.12
Disseminated gonococcal infection showing a pustule surrounded with erythema above the lateral malleolus.
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Figure 30.16
Antimicrobial prescribing practice and resistance trends in England and Wales, 2001–2011. Data from the Gonococcal Resistance to Antimicrobials Survei...
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Figure 30.20
Chlamydial urethritis with meatal erythema and a mucopurulent discharge.
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Figure 30.24
Fitz‐Hugh–Curtis syndrome is a complication of pelvic inflammatory disease and results in violin‐string adhesions of the liver capsule as a consequenc...
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Figure 30.28
An inclusion body (arrow) in the cytoplasm of an epithelial cell stained with iodine.
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Figure 30.32
Primary stage of lymphogranuloma venereum, showing genital ulceration.
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Figure 30.36
Chancroidal ulceration in a female.
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Figure 30.40
Granuloma inguinale with a hypertrophic lesion.