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Objective: To detect Chlamydia trachomatis infection among 230 patients, 130 with signs or symptoms associated with urethritis, and 100 asymptomatic patients, attending the Jordan University Hospital urology clinic. Methods: Routine urine examination and the leukocyte esterase test were done for each patient. C. trachomatis infection was detected using first-void urine specimens and a cryptic plasmid-based PCR technique specific for C. trachomatis. Results: The prevalence of chlamydialdoi:10.1016/s1201-9712(03)90053-1 pmid:14563224 fatcat:b27uqp6xazbz7ikczflcgfikxa