• How Common Are STIs?

    5 days ago - By Pediatric Education

    Patient Presentation
    An 18-year-old male came to clinic for his health supervision visit. His past medical history showed that he was generally healthy and had all of his immunizations. During the social history he denied using alcohol, drugs, tobacco or being sexually active. The pertinent physical exam showed a healthy male with normal vital signs and BMI of 22.2, He was Tanner stage V and the rest of his examination was negative.
    The diagnosis of a healthy male was made. The pediatrician recommended for him to receive his second Group B Meningococcal vaccine along with an updated...
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