Setting Up the Physician’s Office for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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With a small investment in time and funds, any primary care provider can equip the office and train office personnel to perform a large number of important dignostic and therapeutic interventions in the management of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), as listed in Table 1. These investments will pay handsomely in the ability to diagnose accurately and thereby offer more precise treatment.
KeywordsVenereal Wart Genital Herpes Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Rapid Plasma Reagin Condyloma ACUMINATA
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