Sexually transmitted infections. Diagnosis, management, and treatment

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J. Zenilman , M. Shahmanesh
Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Fecha Publicacion
19 may. 2011
From one of the nation’s leading authorities on infectious disease, this practical resource is designed for clinicians involved in the diagnosis, management, and treatment of sexually transmitted and reproductive tract infections. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment begins with chapters on taking a sexual history and the examination of the male and female patient, followed by over 40 chapters that cover the complete range of sexually transmitted infections (e.g., gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, HPV, scabies, genital ulcer disease); as well as patient counseling; care following rape; and sexually transmitted infections in homosexual men and women, in commercial sex workers, during pregnancy, and in the military. With contributions from an international author team from the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and several other countries, the book also offers clinical and public health case studies as well as ample figures, illustrations, and photographs. Key references are provided at the end of each chapter. Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Sexual History Chapter 3 Examination of the Male Patient Chapter 4 Examination of the Female Patient Chapter 5 Gonorrhea and Chlamydia Chapter 6 Human Papillomaviruses Chapter 7 Vaginitis Chapter 8 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Chapter 9 Infectious Syphilis Chapter 10 HIV Chapter 11 Rashes and Genital Dermatoses Chapter 12 Genital Allergy Chapter 13 Scabies and Pediculosis Chapter 14 Non Gonococcal Urethritis Chapter 15 Cervicitis Chapter 16 Acute Pelvic Pain Chapter 17 Genital Ulcer Disease Chapter 18 Genital Herpes Infections Chapter 19 Laboratory Interventions Chapter 20 Syphilis Serology Chapter 21 Epididymitis Chapter 22 Genital Warts Chapter 23 Anorectal Infections Chapter 24 Urinary Tract Infections Chapter 25 Viral Hepatitis Chapter 26 Vulvar Pain and Vulvodynia Chapter 27 Prostatitis and Chronic Pelvic Pain Chapter 28 Prevention Counseling and Condom Use Chapter 29 HIV Counseling and Testing Chapter 30 Partner Notification and Management Chapter 31 Counseling the Patient with Genital HSV Infection Chapter 32 Counseling the Patient with Genital HPV Infection Chapter 33 Care Following Rape and Sexual Assault Chapter 34 Sexually Transmitted Infections in Homosexual Men Chapter 35 Sexually Transmitted Infections in Homosexual Women Chapter 36 Sexually Transmitted Infections in Drug Users Chapter 37 Sexually Transmitted Infections in Adolescents Chapter 38 Sexually Transmitted Infections in Travelers Chapter 39 Sexually Transmitted Infections in Commercial Sex Workers Chapter 40 Sexually Transmitted Infections During Pregnancy Chapter 41 Sexually Transmitted Infections in a Psychiatric Setting Chapter 42 Syndromic Management of Sexually Transmitted Infections Chapter 43 Sexually Transmitted Infections in Correctional Settings Chapter 44 Sexually Transmitted Infections in the US Military About the Author(s) Jonathan M. Zenilman, MD-Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Chief, Infectious Diseases Division, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland Dr. Jonathan Zenilman is Professor of Medicine and Chief of the Infectious Diseases Division at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. His career in STIs started at the Centers for Disease Control, where he was responsible for developing the national gonococcal isolate surveillance system. His STI-related activities have included being the director of clinical services at the Baltimore City Health Department, and a translational research program in the epidemiology of goncoccal resistance, behavioral interventions, and HIV/STI interactions. He is a former President of the American STD Association. Mohsen Shahmanesh, MD, FRCP-Honorary Consultant in Genitourinary Medicine and HIV, Whittal Street Clinic, Birmingham, United Kingdom Mohsen Shahmanesh was born in Teheran, Iran, completed his medical training in the UK and specialised in endocrinology with his MD thesis on the pituitary-hypothalamic control of gonadotrophin secretion. Between 1975 and1981 he was associate professor of medicine and endocrinology at Shiraz University, Iran. Returning to England in 1983 he retrained in genitourinary medicine at St Thomas’ Hospital, and in 1988 became consultant in GU medicine and HIV in Birmingham General Hospital and the University of Birmingham, UK. Among a number of senior posts in the speciality, he pursued his deep interest in teaching by becoming Chairman of the Specialist Advisory Committee for GU Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians of London. Between 1996-2002 he edited the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections (changing its name from Genitourinary Medicine). He was a member of the Department of Health’s Expert Advisory Group on AIDS . In 2008 he was awarded life fellowship by the British Association of Sexual Health and HIV. He retired from clinical medicine in January 2010. His research interest include non-gonococcal urethritis, the neurological complications of HIV and the effects of currently used antiviral treatment regimens for HIV on glucose, cortisol and lipid metabolism and adipocyte gene expression.
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