Anorectal Sexually Transmitted Infections
Although anorectal sexually transmitted diseases (STIs) commonly present directly to “sexual health clinics,” patients may not necessarily attribute their symptoms and signs to such diseases and consequently may present to a colorectal surgeon for further investigation and management.
KeywordsRectal Swab Anogenital Wart Secondary Syphilis Early Syphilis Lymphogranuloma Venereum
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