Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Genital Tract Chlamydia Infection

Over 900,000 new cases Genital Tract Chlamydia Infection were reported in the U.S. in 2005. Highest prevalence is in those aged 15 to 24. Gender prevalence is similar. Prevalence is highest in non-Hispanic black people followed by Mexican Americans and then non-Hispanic white people.
The female genital tract is anatomically more at risk of infection as the urethra is shorter than that of the male and it is more exposed to potential contamination.

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