Surveillance data report increase of urinal infections Chlamydia trachomatis (CT) and Neisseria gonorrhoeae (GC) but, extragenital CT and GC may be important reservoirs for ongoing transmissions in MSM. MemoDepistages self-sampling offer urinal, pharyngeal and anal swabs who get tested for CT and GC DNA. Overall positivity rate was 17.1% for CT and GC infection, with 9.3% for CT and 9.6% for GC. CT was mainly found in anal samples (7.25%), GC was mainly found in pharyngeal location (7.15%).
IUSTI-Europe 2019, Tallin, 07 sept 2019
Auteur : Rahib Delphine, Berçot Béatrice, Salord Hélène, Didelot Marie-Noëlle, Khiri Hacène, Digne Julien, Touati Arabella, BébéarCécile, Lydié Nathalie
Année de publication : 2019
Pages : 10 p.