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Sexual behavior pattern in the young attending sexually transmitted infection clinic in a tertiary health-care center
Chitralekha Keisham, Zamzachin Guite, Heisnam Kulabidhu
A study on satisfaction level among patients attending sexually transmitted infections clinic
Bela B Padhiar, Umesh K Karia
Study of mucocutaneous manifestations of HIV and its relation to total lymphocyte count
PK Ashwini, Jayadev Betkerur, Veeranna Shastry
Prevalence and trends of hepatitis B virus, Hepatitis C virus, Human immunodeficiency virus 1, 2 and syphilis infections among blood donors in a regional transfusion center in Punjab, India: A 3 years study
Sonam Kumari
Seroprevalence of syphilis by VDRL test and biological false positive reactions in different patient populations: Is it alarming? Our experience from a tertiary care center in India
Vrushali Vishwas Patwardhan, Sonali Bhattar, Preena Bhalla, Deepti Rawat
Effectiveness of structured teaching programme on transmission and prevention of human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome among adolescent girls in Lowry Memorial High School, Bengaluru
Nanbur Stephen, Nanle Joseph Gusen, Patience Ringkat Kumzhi, Bonji Gaknung, Dauda Abimiku Auta, Lydia B Bulndi, Champion Mbursa, Vasantha P Kumari, Nannim Nanvyat
Is there any perceptiveness about the mode of transmission of human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome? An analysis among the adolescent tribal students in Tamil Nadu
J John Britto, J Yuvaraj
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