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Sexually transmitted disease culture

Sexually transmitted disease culture

Sexually transmitted disease culture: A sexually transmitted disease culture involves testing a cervical, anal, urethral, or oral tissue specimen for bacterial, fungal, or parasite growth on a special culture medium or by simple wet mount; note that certain sexually transmitted infectious agents are identified immunologically from the patient's blood (e.g. hepatitis).

Symptoms Associated with Sexually transmitted disease culture

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Diseases Associated with Sexually transmitted disease culture

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Basic Information: Sexually transmitted disease culture

Disease or Condition count: 0; see list of conditions below. These are the diseases or medical conditions in which the medical test 'Sexually transmitted disease culture' may be involved.

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