The Netherlands Chlamydia cohort study (NECCST) protocol to assess the risk of late complications following Chlamydia trachomatis infection in women.
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AuthorsHoenderboom, B M
van Oeffelen, A A M
van Benthem, B H B
van Bergen, J E A M
Dukers-Muijrers, N H T M
Götz, H M
Hoebe, C J P A
Hogewoning, A A
van der Klis, F R M
van Baarle, D
Land, J A
van der Sande, M A B
van Veen, M G
de Vries, F
Morré, S A
van den Broek, I V F
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TitleThe Netherlands Chlamydia cohort study (NECCST) protocol to assess the risk of late complications following Chlamydia trachomatis infection in women.
Published inBMC Infect Dis 2017; 17(1):264
PubliekssamenvattingChlamydia trachomatis (CT), the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection (STI) among young women, can result in serious sequelae. Although the course of infection is often asymptomatic, CT may cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), leading to severe complications, such as prolonged time to pregnancy, ectopic pregnancy, and tubal factor subfertility. The risk of and risk factors for complications following CT-infection have not been assessed in a long-term prospective cohort study, the preferred design to define infections and complications adequately.
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