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Clinical Profile and Response to Chemotherapeutic Agents in Non-specific Urethritis
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Pandhi R K, Kumar A S, Satish D A, Bhujwala R A. Clinical Profile and Response to Chemotherapeutic Agents in Non-specific Urethritis. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1984;50:252-255
AbstractThe epidemiological and clinical profile of 159 patients having non-specific iiretbritis is repoed. The majority (67.39o) of patients were unm and most (70.4%) of the we m re in the age group of 21-30 years. The incubation period in the majority (69.2%) of patients was 1-4 weeks. Almost all the (98.1%) patients complained of dysuria but urethral discharge was seen only in 48.4% of patients. Out of tetracycline's doxycline, erythromycin and cotrimoxazole tried in this study, tetracycline's in the dosage of 2 gm/day for 3 weeks was found to give the best (90.5%)'cure rate.