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  • [Neisseria meningitidis urethritis: Two case reports]. [Journal Article]
  • ADAnn Dermatol Venereol 2017; 144(10):621-623
  • Dubois C, Liegeon AL, … Truchetet F
  • CONCLUSIONS: The clinical presentation of acute NM urethritis is non-specific, because of which urethral samples should be taken wherever acute urethritis is suspected. NM urethritis is infrequent and primarily affects men who have sex with men (MSM). Its current increase is due to unprotected oral-genital sexual practices. Due to the emergence of resistance to NM, antibiotic susceptibility testing should be carried out routinely to ensure appropriate therapy and prophylaxis. Cases of invasive serogroup C meningococcal infections have been recorded within the MSM population with hypothetical sexual port of entry. Thus, the French High Public Health Authority recommends vaccination against meningitis C in this population.
  • Antimicrobial susceptibility inNeisseria gonorrhoeaeisolates from five sentinel surveillance sites in Zimbabwe, 2015-2016. [Journal Article]
  • STSex Transm Infect 2018; 94(1):62-66
  • Latif AS, Gwanzura L, … Unemo M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The emergence of multidrug-resistant gonorrhoea internationally is a major public health concern and gonococcal AMR surveillance is crucial globally. In Zimbabwe, gonococcal AMR surveillance has now been implemented and quality assured according to WHO standards. The results of this first surveillance will be used to directly inform revisions of the national treatment guidelines. It is imperative to further strengthen the surveillance of gonococcal AMR, and ideally also treatment failures, in Zimbabwe and most countries in the WHO African region, which requires continuous national and international support, including technical support, and political and financial commitment.
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