Antimicrobial susceptibility of Neisseria gonorrhoeae isolates from men with urethritis in Kenya.
However, this test requires endocervical cells, and if excess mucous is not removed prior to collection, adequate numbers of these cells may not be obtained.
Simply stated, the chemical composition of molecules is changed due to changes at the genetic level.
That is, the bacteria introduce frameshift mutations that bring genes in or out of frame.
Men may develop urethritis and, occasionally, epididymitis.
Owing to the lack of surveillance and difficulty in diagnosing asymptomatic gonorrhoea, little is known about how the immune system responds to N.