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2,028 Possible Causes for Cytolytic Vaginosis, Dysuria, Gram-Positive Rods

  • 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[] Cytolytic vaginosis occurs due to overgrowth of Lactobacillus species and subsequent lysis of epithelial cells in a highly acidic environment.[] Definition / general Presence of gram positive rods (lactobacilli) with cytolysis of intermediate cells Terminology Also known as bacillus vaginalis, bacillus Doderlein Epidemiology[]

  • 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[] How do I know if I have cytolytic vaginosis?[] Antibiotics may reduce symptom duration in women with dysuria and negative urine dipstick testing.[]

  • Vaginitis

    One of increasing interest is a gram positive facultative anaerobic rod called Atopobium vaginae.[] vaginosis ); yeast ( vulvovaginal candidiasis ); or parasite ( trichomoniasis ) Viral infection with intravaginal or cervical genital herpes or genital warts Pinworm infection[] Dysuria or dyspareunia may occur. In atrophic vaginitis, discharge is scant, dyspareunia is common, and vaginal tissue appears thin and dry.[]

  • Bacterial Vaginosis

    rods or gram-negative rods), and curved gram-variable rods.[] On DermNet NZ Bacterial infections Genital skin problems Vaginitis Aerobic vaginitis Vulvovaginal candidiasis Cytolytic vaginosis Other websites Bacterial Vaginosis – Medscape[] […] women visiting infertility clinics may be affected by BV. [22] Clinical manifestations include discomfort and pungent odor, a gray, thin, homogenous discharge, but rarely dysuria[]

  • Candida Albicans Vaginitis

    Inflammation leads to burning, itching, erythema, dysuria and dyspareunia.[] Typical symptoms of VVC include pruritus, vaginal soreness, dyspareunia, external dysuria, and abnormal vaginal discharge. None of these symptoms is specific for VVC.[] […] and warm with tightfitting clothing like a bathing suit also is a risk factor Severe inflammation leads to bright red erythema, vulvar pruritus (severe itching), burning, dysuria[]

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  • Listeriosis

    […] lis·te·ria \ li-ˈstir-ē-ə \ : any of a genus ( Listeria ) of small, gram-positive, rod-shaped bacteria that do not form spores and have a tendency to grow in chains and that[] Structure and Classification Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae is a slender, Gram-positive rod similar to L monocytogenes.[] Etiology Pathogen : Listeria monocytogenes ; a gram-positive, catalase-positive, rod-shaped, facultative intracellular, motile bacterium Route of transmission Contaminated[]

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  • Trichomonas Vaginitis

    Symptoms include vaginal discharge (which is often diffuse, malodorous, yellow-green), dysuria, itching, vulvar irritation and abdominal pain.[] Her husband was experiencing dysuria at the time she presented to our clinic. There was no information about the other sexual partner.[] […] vaginalis using PCR In women, trichomoniasis has a wide range of presentations, from asymptomatic to acute or chronic inflammatory disease they include urethral discharge and dysuria[]

    Missing: Gram-Positive Rods
  • Urinary Tract Infection

    The first case reports involving Propionimicrobium lymphophilum, a rarely encountered anaerobic Gram-positive non-spore-forming rod, are presented here as urinary tract infections[] AFP BY TOPIC Editors' Choice of Best Available Content This collection features the best content from AFP, as identified by the AFP editors, on urinary tract infections/dysuria[] Polyuria and dysuria are common symptoms.[]

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  • Senile Vulvar Atrophy

    Gram staining revealed abundant segmented WBCs, gram-positive cocci in pairs and chains, and a notable absence of Lactobacillus -like gram-positive rods ( figure 1 ).[] Cytolytic Vaginosis The organism that causes this type of vaginitis has not been identified.[] Clinical findings Often asymptomatic; less commonly, itching, dyspareunia, dysuria and tenderness. Treatment Topical corticosteroids.[]

  • Acute Cystitis

    The left-hand column of plots (Panels A, C, and E) show gram-negative organisms, and the right-hand column (Panels B, D, and F) show gram-positive organisms.[] Identifiers of acute uncomplicated cystitis are frequency and dysuria in an immunocompetent woman of childbearing age who has no comorbidities or urologic abnormalities.[] RESULTS: Three of the original decision aid variables (dysuria, the presence of leukocytes [greater than a trace amount], and the presence of nitrites [any positive]) were[]

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