lymphogranuloma lym·pho·gran·u·lo·ma (lĭm'fō-grān'yə-lō'mə)
chlamydia chla·myd·i·a (klə-mĭd'ē-ə)
n. pl. chla·myd·i·ae (-ē-ē')
Any of several common, often asymptomatic, sexually transmitted diseases caused by the microorganism Chlamydia trachomatis.
Chlamydia Chla·myd·i·a (klə-mĭd'ē-ə)
A genus of coccoid, gram-negative microorganisms that are pathogenic to humans and animals, causing diseases such as conjunctivitis in cattle and sheep, and trachoma, nonspecific urethritis, and proctitis in humans. Also called Bedsonia, Miyagawanella.