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Year : 1992  |  Volume : 10  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 122-125

Prevalence Of Mycoplasma In Female Genital Tract Infections

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Neeru Singla

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Seventy-five female patients with genital tract infections and twenty-five healthy females, who served as control, were investigated for the association of Mycoplasma. Twenty-four (32%) of the study group were positive for Mycoplasma species. M. Hominis was present in 7(9.3%) Ureaplasma urealyticum in 4(6.3%); mixed Mycoplasma spp. In 2(2.6%); Mycoplasma with N. gonorrhoeae-1 (1.3%); U. urealyticum with C. albicans-8 (10.6%) and un typed Mycoplasma in 2(2.6%). While in control group, 2 cases (8%) of Urea plasma urealyticum and 1 (4%) of Mycoplasma hominis was present. This difference of isolation of Mycoplasma in study and control group was statistically significant (P<0.001).


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