3 edition of International work in endemic treponamatoses and venereal infections, 1948-1963. found in the catalog.
International work in endemic treponamatoses and venereal infections, 1948-1963.
World Health Organization
Written in English
|LC Classifications||RC200 W6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
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International work in endemic treponematoses and venereal infections – Overview In the programme against venereal infections proposed by the Interim Commission of WHO and adopted by the first World Health Assembly inpriority was given to the control of early syphilis.
international work in endemic treponematoses and venereal infections, venereal by: 2. As is well known, venereal syphilis has been increasing almost everywhere in recent years; of countries studied % show a rise.
Increased urbanization is one cause and the disease is an " international " one. There is evidence that the decline in prostitution and the emergence of the various types of " good-time girl" are associated with, if not a cause of, this increase. iii. Though the complications of gonorrhoea have become much less frequent, the disease itself is increasing almost everywhere.
Itinerant groups and asymptomatic females cause the greatest difficulty. WHO has helped by standardizing repository penicillin (PAM) but much more by encouraging research, the main objects of this being an immunofluorescent technique for identifying the gonococcus and.
Author: jourdans Created Date: 9/26/ PM.