PMID: 638581Apr 22, 1978Paper

Chlamydia trachomatis as possible cause of peritonitis and perihepatitis in young women

British Medical Journal
J W Müller-SchoopR W Tammann

Abstract

Of 11 young women with acute peritonitis proved by laparoscopy, seven of whom also had perihepatitis, nine had serological evidence of recent infection with Chlamydia trachomatis; In five of these nine patients high antibody titres to chlamydiae were found without laboratory evidence of gonococcal infection, while the other four had evidence of simultaneous gonococcal infection. C trachomatis may play an important part in peritoneal inflammation previously attributed only to gonococci.

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