Short-Term Therapy of Urogenital Trichomoniasis with a New Nitroimidazole Derivative (Ornidazole/Tiberal Roche)

  • S. Granitzka
Part of the Chemotherapy book series (CT, volume 3)


In our geographical latitudes trichomonas vaginalis infection of urogenital tract is the most frequent parasitosis. Trichomonas vaginalis today is principally taken for a pathogenous parasite (6). The infectivity of this parasite is also present in symptomeless latent trichomoniasis, so that therapy should be instituted in every case.


Vaginal Discharge Urine Sediment Urogenital Tract Geographical Latitude Cytological Smear 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. Granitzka
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  1. 1.Universitäts Frauenklinik6 Frankfurt-am-MainWest Germany

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