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Goals

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3

- Topics
- Introduction
- Objectives
- Approaches
- Laboratory
- Clinical
- Syndromic
- Syndromic
- Strengths
- Weaknesses
- Accuracy
> Genital Ulcer
- Algorithm
- Urethral
- Algorithm
- Vaginal
- Vaginitis
- Cervicitis
- Algorithms
- Algorithms
- Algorithms
- Abdominal
- PID
- Algorithm
- Algorithm
- Other Issues
- Treatment
- Screening
- The Four Cs
- Resources
- HIV Testing
- Vaccination
- Preliminary
- Summary

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Section 3 - STD Management

Genital Ulcer Syndrome

Genital Ulcer Syndrome table

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The main symptoms of the genital ulcer syndrome are genital sores or ulcers. The major signs a provider will see upon examination are genital ulcers, sometimes with enlarged lymph nodes in the groin area, or vesicular lesions, which are small, elevated sores or blisters. The most common causes of this syndrome are syphilis, chancroid or genital herpes. We will refer to genital herpes as herpes in this presentation.

 

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