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As for the minor venereal diseases, the recognition of lymphogranuloma venereum is based first on clinical signs and confirmed by a group of laboratory tests. Ordinary cultures show nothing useful: the LGV agent grows like a virus, best in the yolk sac of fertile hens' eggs.
The problem of diagnosing gonorrhea is different and in some ways tougher. The part played by medical ignorance or lack of interest, and by technical carelessness or incompetence, is much the same for both diseases. But syphilis can be diagnosed if it is suspected and if the patient can be induced to stay around for the necessary brief interval.