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The most common bacterial STD in the United States is:
A friend reports to you that he has noticed a painful lesion
on his penis, and asks you what it could possibly be. You
Adolescent women are at greater risk than adult women for
acquiring sexually transmitted diseases due to:
A person with syphilis is most infectious during which
period(s) of the disease?
What is the greatest danger after one acquires human
What bacterial STD is easily spread due to the high rates of
asymptomatic infection, particularly in women?
What does the 6-month "window period" with regards to
HIV/AIDS refer to?
A person is found to have a particular STD by her health care
provider. She is told that she should get tested for HIV
since this STD is found in many HIV-positive people. With
which STD did the person get diagnosed?
Each of the following statements concerning human
immunodeficiency virus is correct EXCEPT:
Which STD has the ability to hide from its host, meaning that
the person harbors the STD but is without symptoms?
Patient X is diagnosed with an STD. He is known to have had
3 risky encounters with other people. The duration of
infectiousness was 2 months, from the time that he developed
the STD until the time he was treated. The probability of
transmission of his STD, with male-to-female contact, was
about 70 percent. What can all this information help you to
What contributes to the development and maintenance of STDs
around the world?
Each of the following statements about Herpes infection is
Which STDs can be transmitted via kissing (mouth-to-mouth
4. HSV Type I
Which STD produces more symptoms in women than it does in
Some STDs can produce enough damage to cause infertility in
women. Which ones are they?
What STD(s) can be vaccinated against?
4. Hepatitis A
5. Hepatitis B
What is the definition of epidemiology?
The following are important strategies to consider in STD
The term hepatitis refers to:
Which STDs are unresponsive to antibiotics?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
estimates that what percentage of U.S. residents will develop
an STD at some time before they are 35 years old?
At what point should a person start being screened for STDs?
Outside of the U.S., what is the predominant mode of
transmission of HIV?
Whose responsibility is it to spread messages about STD
prevention, including safer sex?
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