By Simon E Barton and
28 pages, 62 illustrations
Many people feel anxious about visiting a genitourinary medicine clinic, often because they feel embarrassed or worried. As a result, it can be very difficult to remember or absorb everything that is said.
In order for treatment to be effective, it is vital that a patient understands the nature of the infection, how it was contracted, the treatment prescribed and the importance of contacting sexual partners. This book is intended for healthcare professionals to use with their patients to help achieve this goal.
The male genitourinary tract
The female genitourinary tract
First clinic visit
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
Contact tracing and follow-up
Simon E Barton
BSc MD MRCOG Clinical Director, St Stephen’s Centre Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK
MBBS MRCOG Consultant GUM HIV, The Mayday Genitourinary Department, The Mayday Hospital, London, UK
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