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STDs in HIV-Infected Patients
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STDs in HIV-Infected Patients
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STDs among Persons Living with AIDS, San Francisco
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2003 Consensus Recommendations from CDC, HRSA, NIH, HIVMA, and IDSA:
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Early Syphilis Cases by HIV Infection Status, San Francisco, 1998-2007
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Case 1
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Case 1
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Further History
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Additional Evaluation
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Neurologic Examination
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Early Syphilis Treatment
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Treatment of Early Syphilis in HIV-Infected Persons
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Treatment Follow-Up
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Partner Management
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Syphilis in HIV-Infected Patients
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Syphilis in HIV-Infected Patients
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Case 2
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Case 2
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Next Steps in Management?
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HIV and Neurosyphilis
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Case 2
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What Would You Do Next?
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Case 2
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Case 3
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What Other Bacterial STD Screening?
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How Common Are Chlamydial and Gonococcal Infections among MSM?
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Large Majority of Rectal Infections Are Asymptomatic
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How Much Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Is Missed if Only Urine/Urethral Screening Is Performed among MSM?
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Rectal Chlamydia and Gonorrhea by HIV Serostatus, San Francisco STD Clinic, 2003-04
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Gonorrhea and Chlamydia in HIV-Infected Persons
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Case 3
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Case 3
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Which Is Correct?
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PDPT for Chlamydia and GC -- Legal in California?
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Partner Notification via Internet: inSPOT
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Case 4
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Risk Assessment
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Chlamydia Reinfection Rates
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Case 4: Speculum Examination
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Case 4: Examination and Laboratory Findings
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Interplay of Factors Associated with Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)
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Which of the Following Is NOT Associated with BV?
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BV and HIV
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Case 4: Bimanual Examination
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What Are the Minimum Criteria for a Clinical Diagnosis of PID?
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PID Minimum Clinical Criteria
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In 133 Kenyan Women with Acute PID, Being HIV Infected Associated with Severe Disease and TOA on Laparoscopy
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PID: Oral Treatment Regimens
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With or Without Metronidazole???
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Case 4
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Case 4: What Next?
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Genital Herpes in HIV-Infected Patients
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Genital Herpes in HIV-Infected Patients
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Does Herpes (HSV-2) Suppression Prevent HIV Acquisition Or Transmission?
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Case 4
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Interpreting HSV-2 Type-Specific Serology
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Interpreting HSV-2 Type-Specific Serology
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Management: Positive HSV-2 Serology
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Thank You
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