[Sexually transmitted infections in the XXI century].Orv Hetil. 2006 Dec 10; 147(49):2353-8.OH
Sexually transmitted infections in the XXI century. The most important measurements in the management of sexually transmitted diseases are discussed. Course and incidence of classical venereal diseases, especially that of syphilis are detailed. In 2004 the incidence of early infectious syphilis significantly increased and it is emphasized that this tendency can be observed also in 2005. Differential diagnostic issues of male and female urogenital diseases with discharge are reviewed, and problems of STDs of viral origin (genital herpes, genital warts, HIV infection) are briefly discussed. The importance of careful and specific microbiological diagnostics in the management of patients with venereal diseases and other sexually transmitted infections is emphasized.