Rob F, Jůzlová K, Krutáková H, Zákoucká H, Vaňousová D, Kružicová Z, Machala L, Veselý D, Jilich D, Hercogová J. Eurosurveillance [online]. 2016;21(11):30165. doi: 10.2807/1560-7917.ES.2016.21.11.30165. IF: 5.983
MUDr. Filip Rob, Department of Dermatology
Since the notification of the first case of lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) in the Czech Republic in 2010, the numbers of LGV cases have steadily increased in the country. In 2015, 40 LGV cases were diagnosed, bringing the total for 2010–2015, to 88 cases. The profile of the most affected group, HIV-positive men who have sex with men with a previous sexually transmitted infection, matches that of those described in LGV outbreaks in western Europe.