Mycoplasma genitalium Infection in Adults Reporting Sexual Contact with Infected Partners, Australia, 2008–2016
Josephine B. Slifirski, Lenka A. Vodstrcil, Christopher K. Fairley, Jason J. Ong, Eric P.F. Chow, Marcus Y. Chen, Timothy R.H. Read1
, and Catriona S. Bradshaw1
Author affiliations: Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (J.B. Slifirski, L.A. Vodstrcil, C.K. Fairley, J.J. Ong, E.P.F. Chow, M.Y. Chen, T.R.H. Read, C.S. Bradshaw); Melbourne Sexual Health Centre, Alfred Health, Melbourne (L.A. Vodstrcil, C.K. Fairley, J.J. Ong, E.P.F. Chow, M.Y. Chen, T.R.H. Read, C.S. Bradshaw)
Figure. Flowchart for 441 persons examined at Melbourne Sexual Health Centre who reported sexual contact with a Mycoplasma genitalium–infected partner, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, August 2008–July 2016. Dashed lines indicate persons excluded for analysis or subanalysis. MG, Mycoplasma genitalium; MSM, men who have sex with men.
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