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Gonococcus allergen intracutaneous test in married couples with impaired reproductive function


, : Gonococcus allergen intracutaneous test in married couples with impaired reproductive function. Vestnik Dermatologii i Venerologii (1): 57-58

Comparative study of the diagnostic value of intracutaneous test with Gonococcus allergen, bacterioscopic and bacteriologic methods used in examinations of 200 married couples suffering from infertility have demonstrated a high sensitivity of the intracutaneous test. This test is recommended for wide use in screenings for gonorrhea in examinations of patients with impaired reproductive function.

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