Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are disease processes from close physical contact between men and women by transmission through sexual contact. They affect all types of people and can be prevented with proper education and barrier control. A wide variety of bacteria, viruses, and parasites can cause STIs. Different infections can be present or be transmitted simultaneously, and the presence of any such infection increases the risk of contracting other types of STI.
Though these disease are often oligo- or asymptomatic, and a number of diagnostic strategies and tests, of variable quality, are available for the individual pathogens, they can cause severe fetal and neonatal damage, genital neoplasia, and infertility.
Very targeted and practical presentation and UpToDate thanks for that fantastic talk
The content is concise, straightforward and video time is short. However, using a pointer would be helpful. Overall excellent
Plz add some differentials for orogrnital ulcer. Overall lecture quality was excellent
Great content presented in a format that can be applied at the bedside. Thank you!