A Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Trial of Minocycline in the Treatment of Nonspecific Urethritis
The cause of non-specific urethritis (N.S.U.) is, by definition, unknown. The suspected agents include tetracycline-sensitive organisms such as chlamydiae, ureaplasmas (T mycoplasmas) and corynebacteria, which could be responsible either individually or synergistically.
KeywordsIsolation Rate Aetiological Agent Minocycline Treatment Urethral Discharge Selective Agar Medium
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