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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Historical perspective on sexually transmitted diseases: challenges for prevention and control -- An economic perspective on sexually transmitted infections including HIV in developing countries -- The transmission dynamics of sexually transmitted infections -- The global epidemiology on HIV and AIDS -- The epidemiology of STIs and their social and behavioral determinants: industrialized and developing countries -- Social dimensions of adolescent sexuality -- Sexual networks, concurrency, and STD/HIV -- Sexual partnership effects on STIs/HIV transmission -- Psychological perspectives on sexuality and sexually transmissible diseases and HIV infection -- Gender and sexually transmitted diseases -- Adolescents and STDs, including HIV infection -- Female sex workers and their clients in the epidemiology and control of sexually transmitted diseases -- Homosexual and bisexual behavior in men in relation to STDs, and HIV infection -- Lesbian sexual behavior in relation to STDs and HIV infection -- HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in injection drug users and crack cocaine smokers -- STDs, HIV/AIDS, and migrant populations -- Genitourinary immune defense -- Normal genital flora -- Pathogenesis of sexually transmitted viral and bacterial infections -- The biology of HIV, SIV, and other lentiviruses -- Immunology and pathogenesis of human immunodeficiency virus infection -- Human T-cell lymphotropic viruses -- Biology of herpesviruses -- Genital herpes -- Cytomegalovirsus -- Epstein-Barr virus infection -- The biology of genital human papillomaviruses -- Genital human papillomavirus infection -- Viral hepatitis -- Molluscum contagiosum -- Biology of chlamydia trachomatis -- Chlamydia trachomatis infections of the adult -- Lymphogranuloma venereum -- Biology of neisseria gonorrhoeae -- Gonococcal infections in the adult -- Biology of treponemes --
Clinical manifestations of syphilis -- Endemic treponematoses -- Chancroid and haemophilus ducreyi -- Donovanosis -- Genital mycoplasms -- Bacterial vaginosis -- Trichomonas vaginalis and trichomoniasis -- Intestinal protozoa: giardia lamblia, entamoeba histolytica, cryptosporidium, and new and emerging protozoal infections -- Vulvovaginal candidiasis -- Public lice and scabies -- STI care management -- Individual-level risk assessment for sexually transmitted infections, including HIV -- Anatomy and physical examination of the female genital tract -- Clinical anatomy and physical examination of the male genital tract -- Principles of treatment of sexually transmitted diseases -- Principles of laboratory diagnosis of STIs -- Individual, couple, and small-group interventions to reduce HIV and STI acquisition -- Partner notification for sexually transmitted infections including HIV infection: an evidence-based assessment -- Lower genital tract infections syndromes in women -- Pelvic inflammatory disease -- Cervical neoplasia and other STD-related genital tract neoplasias -- Screening for cervical cancer -- Urethritis in males -- Epididymitis -- Prostatitis syndromes: causes, differential diagnosis, and clinical management -- Generalized cutaneous manifestations of STD and HIV infection: typical presentations, differential diagnosis, and management -- Genital ulcer adenopathy syndrome -- Genital dermatoses -- Ocular infections associated with sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS -- Treatment of chronic viral hepatitis -- Arthritis associated with sexually transmitted diseases -- Sexually transmitted intestinal syndromes -- Counseling and testing for HIV infection -- Clinical laboratory diagnosis of HIV-1 and use of viral RNA to monitor infection -- Psychosocial aspects of HIV infection -- HIV transmission prevention in the context of care --
Antiviral therapy of human immunodeficiency virus infection -- Preventing opportunistic infections among HIV-infection persons -- Clinical management of HIV infection: management of opportunistic infections -- AIDS-related malignancies -- Management of neurological disease in HIV-1 infection -- Contraception, contraceptive technology, and STDs -- Sexually transmitted diseases and infertility -- Bacterial sexually transmitted infections in pregnancy -- Pregnancy and viral sexually transmitted infections -- Congenital syphilis -- Gonococcal and chlamydial infections in infants and children -- Herpesvirus infections in neonate and children: cytomegalovirus and herpes simplex virus -- Pregnancy and perinatal transmission of HIV infection -- Pediatric HIV infection: epidemiology, treatment and complications in the United States and internationally -- Child sexual abuse and STD and HIV infection -- The role of primary care clinicians in STD, HIV, and hepatitis prevention and care -- Multilevel approaches to STD epidemiology and prevention -- STD/HIV prevention programs in developed countries -- Integration of HIC and STD services -- STD-related health-care SEEKING and health service delivery -- Condoms and other barrier methods for prevention of STD/HIV infection and pregnancy -- Topical microbicides and other chemical barriers for the prevention of STD/HIV infection -- Behavioral interventions for prevention of STDs and HIV infection at the community level -- Marketing, communication, and advocacy for large-scale STD/HIV prevention and control -- Innovations in public health surveillance for HIV/AIDS and other STDs: guideposts for prevention and care -- Monitoring and evaluation of prevention and control programs for HIV/AIDS and othe STD -- STD vaccines -- HIV vaccines -- Prevention and control of STD and HIV infection in developing countries -- Approach to management of STIs in developing countries -- The laboratory in the management of STDs, HIV, and opportunistic infections in developing countries -- Sexual assault and STD -- Legal and political aspects of STI prevention in the United States: public duties and private rights -- Ethical challenges of the global AIDS epidemic -- Information and communication technologies for prevention and control of HIV infection and other STIs.