Diagnosis Of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Predicts High Risk And Rate Of Further Infection In Teenagers
Monday, November 10, 2008 - 00:21 in Health & Medicine
A study among Baltimore inner-city teenage girls treated for pelvic inflammatory disease shows they are highly vulnerable to subsequent sexually transmitted infections -- sometimes within a few weeks or months of their treatment.
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