Fast Five Quiz: Mycoplasma genitalium

Ken B. Waites, MD


April 09, 2020

M genitalium is primarily transmitted by genital-genital contact. It has also been found in the anorectal compartment, and transmission by penile-anal contact has been established. Carriage of M genitalium in the oropharynx is uncommon, and oral sex is unlikely to be a major contributor of transmission.

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