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Table 1 Detection of M. genitalium, and C. trachomatis or N. gonorrhoeae in Urine Samples (A) and Urethral Swabs (B) with respect to the presence (+ve) or absence (−ve) of M. genitalium. Percentages in parentheses refer to the proportion of total samples)

From: Mycoplasma genitalium in Singapore is associated with Chlamydia trachomatis infection and displays high macrolide and Fluoroquinolone resistance rates

  M. genitaliumTotal
+ve-ve
AUrine   
CT7 (2%)73 (20.4%)80 (22.3%)
NG042 (11.7%)42 (11.7%)
both1 (0.3%)8 (2.2%)9 (2.5%)
negative5 (1.4%)222 (62.0%)227 (63.4%)
total13 (3.6)345 (96.4)358
BSwab   
CT2 (1.8%)25 (21.9%)27 (23.7%)
NG020 (17.5%)20 (17.5%)
both07 (6.1%)7 (6.1%)
negative1 (0.9%)59 (51.8%)60 (52.6%)
total3 (2.6%)111 (97.4%)114