Chlamydia Trachomatis TRIC Agent Infection

Chlamydia trachomatis (TRIC agent: TR = trachoma, IC = inclusion conjunctivitis) is an obligate intracellular pathogen of columnar epithelial cells [79]. In hot climates it can cause trachoma, primarily affecting the conjunctiva and corneal epithelium, ultimately causing cicatrisation of this tissue. Trachoma commonly affects children and is one of the world's major causes of blindness. Trachoma is spread from eye to eye by transfer of ocular discharges. In temperate climates chlamydial infection is venereal, with only mild con-junctival infection, called inclusion conjunctivitis. A third manifestation of this pathogen is ophthalmia neonatorum [75].

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