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2,414 Possible Causes for Chlamydia, Cytolytic Vaginosis, Gram-Positive Rods

  • Lactobacillus Infection

    Lactobacillus (L) [lak′tōbəsil′əs] Etymology: L, lac bacillum, small rod any one of a group of nonpathogenic gram-positive rod-shaped bacteria that produce lactic acid from[] infection sexual health women Statistics from Request Permissions If you wish to reuse any or all of this article please use the link below which will take[] How do I know if I have cytolytic vaginosis?[]

  • Cytolytic Vaginosis

    […] called as cytolytic vaginosis.[ 3 ] LACTOBACILLI IN THE VAGINA Doderlein, first described the normal vaginal flora as, consisting of predominantly of the acid producing gram-positive[] I also completed an endocervical swab to test for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea.[] Cytolytic vaginosis occurs due to overgrowth of Lactobacillus species and subsequent lysis of epithelial cells in a highly acidic environment.[]

  • Vaginitis

    One of increasing interest is a gram positive facultative anaerobic rod called Atopobium vaginae.[] Chlamydia infection, caused by the bacterium chlamydia trachomatis, exists in a number of different strains.[] vaginosis ); yeast ( vulvovaginal candidiasis ); or parasite ( trichomoniasis ) Viral infection with intravaginal or cervical genital herpes or genital warts Pinworm infection[]

  • Bacterial Vaginosis

    rods or gram-negative rods), and curved gram-variable rods.[] RESULTS: A total of 37,149 chlamydia cases and 4,987 gonorrhea cases were identified during the study period.[] On DermNet NZ Bacterial infections Genital skin problems Vaginitis Aerobic vaginitis Vulvovaginal candidiasis Cytolytic vaginosis Other websites Bacterial Vaginosis – Medscape[]

  • Trichomonas Vaginitis

    Its frequency now exceeds that of chlamydia and GC infections.[] In the United States, geographic fluctuation of rates is observed, but the ratio of trichomonas to chlamydia infections remains similar ( 6 ).[] Any woman with a history of high-risk behavior including multiple sexual partners should be tested for trichomoniasis as well as for chlamydia, gonorrhea (GC) and HIV.[]

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  • Leukorrhea

    A Gram stain (considered the gold standard laboratory method for diagnosing BV) is used to determine the relative concentration of lactobacilli (i.e., long Gram-positive rods[] Overall, 11% of women had positive cultures for chlamydia or gonorrhea.[] Causes or associated situations: taking birth control pills pregnancy cytolytic vaginosis: Pap smear shows an overgrowth of the normal vaginal bacilli and massive acid-induced[]

  • Sexually Transmitted Disease

    When a Gram stain is used, determining the relative concentration of lactobacilli (long Gram-positive rods), Gram-negative and Gram-variable rods and cocci (i.e., G. vaginalis[] Both men and women can develop reactive arthritis because of a chlamydia infection.[] A Gram stain (considered the gold standard laboratory method for diagnosing BV) is used to determine the relative concentration of lactobacilli (i.e., long Gram-positive rods[]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    Gram-negative rods (p 0.0231, p 0.0083, p 0.0044), and anaerobic Gram-positive cocci (p 0.0596, p 0.0640, p 0.1459).[] This study compared clinical and laboratory data between PID with and without chlamydia infection.[] […] for Gardnerella vaginalis (30.9%); for anaerobic gram-negative rods, which include many Prevotella and Bacteroides species (21.9%); and for anaerobic gram-positive cocci[]

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  • Gardnerella Vaginitis

    Gardnerella vaginalis (gardnerella) is an anaerobic gram-positive rod bacterium that can cause bacterial vaginosis in some women.[] Chlamydia Chlamydia is an infection caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. Chlamydia can be contracted through sexual contact and generally shows no symptoms.[] Coryneform Gram-positive rods. In: Murray P, ed. Manual of Clinical Microbiology. Washington, DC: ASM Press, 1999; 319–345. 15.Lam M, Birch DF.[]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Urethritis

    Fournier’s gangrene is commonly associated with gram-negative rods, aerobic gram-positive cocci, and anaerobes and carries a reported mortality rate as high as 45%.[] Abstract The authors describe a case of meningococcal urethritis that was followed, after treatment with spectinomycin, by development of urethritis due to Chlamydia trachomatis[] BACKGROUND: Three recent prospective studies have suggested that the 1-g dose of azithromycin for Chlamydia trachomatis (Ct) was less effective than expected, reporting a[]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis

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