Venereal and Non-venereal Diseases and Discharges
The word ‘venery’ is derived from two sources, the Latin venari, ‘to hunt’ and from Venus, and meaning the pursuit of sexual pleasure.
KeywordsHerpes Simplex Virus Type Genital Herpes Venereal Disease Urethral Stricture Vaginal Discharge
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