Protozoa and Helminths: “The Gay Bowel Syndrome”
Sexual transmission of protozoal and helminthic diseases by orogenital or oroanal routes has become increasingly common during the last two decades, especially in young men. The outbreak of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), and the medical and public campaign against it, seem to be changing sexual habits. Lately there has been a drop in the incidence of sexually transmitted enteric diseases.
KeywordsDiarrhea Tetracycline Trop Chloroquine Cystitis
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