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58 Possible Causes for Cytolytic Vaginosis, Female Perineal Pain

  • Pruritus Vulvae

    cytolytic vaginosis (associated with vaginal lactobacilli) and trichomoniasis.[] Infections that rarely cause vulval itch include cytolytic vaginosis (associated with vaginal lactobacilli ) and trichomoniasis .[] Infections that rarely cause vulval itch include cytolytic vaginosis (associated with vaginal lactobacilli ) and trichomoniasis.[]

  • Vaginospasm

    Vaginospasm Vaginospasm (finding) There are many problems that can keep a woman from enjoying sex. [] Vaginospasm (finding) N93.1 Pre-pubertal vaginal bleeding N93.8 Other specified abnormal uterine and vaginal bleeding N93.9 Abnormal uterine and vaginal bleeding, unspecified [] Vaginal[…][]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Vaginal Prolapse

    Recent developments in diagnostic imaging have made gynecologists, colorectal surgeons and gastroenterologists realize as never before that they share a common interest in anorectal and pelvic floor dysfunction. While we often may be using different words to describe the same phenomenon (e.g. anismus/vaginismus)[…][]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Perianal Abscess

    PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to obtain insight into the short- and long-term results of treatment of perianal abscess and fistula-in-ano in infants. METHODS: This is a retrospective study of the records of patients treated over a 21-year period from January 1974 until December 1994 in a Pediatric Surgical[…][]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Anorectal Fistula

    Abstract Anal fissures are linear splits in the anal mucosa. Acute fissures typically resolve within a few weeks; chronic fissures persist longer than 8 to 12 weeks. Most fissures are posterior and midline and are related to constipation or anal trauma. Painful defecation and rectal bleeding are common symptoms. The[…][]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Anal Fissure

    An anal fissure is a cut or a tear in the thin, delicate lining of your anus. The tear often exposes the muscle around the anus, called the anal sphincter. The damage can cause that muscle to spasm, which can pull apart the edges of the fissure even more. The spasms can cause pain and slow down the healing. Bowel[…][]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Prolapsed Hemorrhoids

    BACKGROUND: Our aim is to report the outcomes of hemorrhoidectomy performed via LigaSure with a minimum follow-up of 2 years. METHODS: A total of 666 patients underwent hemorrhoidectomy for symptomatic prolapsed hemorrhoids (grade III and IV) via LigaSure between June 2006 and June 2008. Patient demographic[…][]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Vaginal Tissue Injury

    Ferri’s Clinical Advisor 2018 is the most efficient, intuitive, and thorough resource of its kind, trusted by physicians to provide current diagnosis and treatment recommendations for hundreds of common medical conditions. The renowned "5 books in 1" format organizes vast amounts of data in a user-friendly,[…][]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

    PURPOSE: This study was designed to compare stapled vs. conventional hemorrhoidectomy for patients with acute thrombosed hemorrhoids. METHODS: Forty-one patients with acute thrombosed hemorrhoids were randomized into: 1) stapled hemorrhoidectomy (PPH group; n 21), and 2) open hemorrhoidectomy (open group; n[…][]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Rectovaginal Fistula

    We describe a case of H-type rectovaginal fistula associated with the Currarino triad (anorectal stenosis, sacral defect, presacral mass). Presenting symptoms included passage of feces per vaginam, signs of intestinal subocclusion without perianal inflammation, left leg paresis and foul-smelling urine. An anterior[…][]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis

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