The 50 Most-Frequently Cited Articles


in Int J STD AIDS as of January 1, 2010 — updated monthly


Most-cited rankings are recalculated at the beginning of the month.

Rankings are based on citations to articles on this journal site from articles in HighWire-hosted journals.

1.  David Taylor-Robinson
Mycoplasma genitalium – an up-date

Int J STD AIDS Mar 01, 2002; 13: 145-151.

(In “Editorial Review”)  

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2.  M A Conant, T W Schacker, R L Murphy, J Gold, L T Crutchfield, R J Crooks
Valaciclovir versus aciclovir for herpes simplex virus infection in HIV-infected individuals: two randomized trials

Int J STD AIDS Jan 01, 2002; 13: 12-21.

(In “Original Article”)  

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3.  Tamara Djuretic, Mike Catchpole, James S Bingham, Angela Robinson, Gwenda Hughes, George Kinghorn
Genitourinary medicine services in the United Kingdom are failing to meet current demand

Int J STD AIDS Sep 01, 2001; 12: 571-572.

(In “Original Article”)  

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4.  P J Horner, B Thomas, C B Gilroy, M Egger, D Taylor-Robinson
Do all men attending departments of genitourinary medicine need to be screened for non-gonococcal urethritis?

Int J STD AIDS Oct 01, 2002; 13: 667-673.

(In “Original Article”)  

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5.  Anja M Hauri, Gregory L Armstrong, Yvan J F Hutin
The global burden of disease attributable to contaminated injections given in health care settings

Int J STD AIDS Jan 01, 2004; 15: 7-16.

(In “ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE”)  

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