We report an HIV-infected person who was treated for lymphogranuloma venereum cervical lymphadenopathy and proctitis in Croatia in 2014. Infection with a variant L2b genovar of Chlamydia trachomatis was detected in a cervical lymph node aspirate. A prolonged course of doxycycline was required to cure the infection.
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This study was partially supported by the Croatian Science Foundation (project no. IP-2014-09-4461) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (service contract no. ECD.6300).
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