chlamydia trachomatis

The patient’s chief complaints of “Lower abdominal pain, painful urination, and vaginal discharge for two days” and pertinent physical assessment findings of malodorous thick yellowish-green vaginal discharge and cloudy urine appearance along with a positive nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT), lead to the diagnosis of Chlamydia. Moreover, which is caused by the gram-negative bacterium called

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