Mehmet Sarier

Istinye University Medical School, Istanbul

Mehmet Sarier, MD, is an associate professor in the Department of Urology, Faculty of Medicine, Istinye University, Turkey. He has published nearly fifty articles in national and international journals and presented more than fifty oral and written abstracts at congresses. He has also written three book chapters, edited one book, and served as a reviewer for more than 400 articles indexed in Publons. His research interests include endourology, andrology, sexually transmitted diseases, and urological complications following renal transplantation. He is a member of the Turkish Urologic Association and Society of Urological Surgery.

Mehmet Sarier

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Chlamydia infections continue to pose a serious socioeconomic burden globally. Despite advances in diagnostic tests in recent decades, chlamydial infections still cannot be controlled, neither in developed countries nor in developing countries. Chlamydial infections date back to the beginning of recorded human history. Trachoma caused by Chlamydia trachomatis, which progresses to blindness, is mentioned in ancient Chinese inscriptions and Egyptian scrolls. Today, we must better apply our knowledge against this clever and evolving obligate intracellular parasitic microorganism. Chlamydia - Secret Enemy from Past to Present examines chlamydial infections using a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach. It discusses the microbiology, clinical presentation, and current approaches in the diagnosis and treatment management of chlamydial infection from the viewpoint of different clinics as well as includes relevant and recent literature.

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