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66 Possible Causes for Normal Body Growth, Suppurative Inflammation

  • Vaginitis

    […] include menstruation sexual activity pregnancy foreign bodies sexually transmitted disease hygienic products antibiotics hypoestrogenic states ( e.g., menopause) Prognosis[step2.medbullets.com] […] of pathogenic organisms acidic environment normally maintains normal vaginal flora pathogenesis disruption of this acidic environment results in vaginitis disruptive causes[step2.medbullets.com] […] a large amount of glycogen lactobacilli use this glycogen from sloughed cells to produce lactic acid creating an acidic vaginal environment (pH 4-4.5) that prevents the growth[step2.medbullets.com]

  • Gingivitis

    Plus, progesterone can change or suppress your normal immune response. That means your body might overreact to bacterial plaque in your mouth.[batchelor-dentistry.com] But it can also promote bacteria growth in your mouth. Scientists believe that’s why pregnancy gingivitis happens.[batchelor-dentistry.com]

  • Bacterial Vaginosis

    Bacteria and yeast live in unison in our bodies and check on each other's growth.[womenshealthspecialists.org] . & In Your Body! You see, normally there is a delicate balance of "good" bacteria and "bad" bacteria in the vagina. The good bacteria controls the growth of the bad.[bacterialvaginosisfreedom.com] Anything that causes an imbalance on the bacteria/yeast normal flora of the vagina can cause a yeast or bacterial infection.[womenshealthspecialists.org]

  • Infective Endocarditis

    For instance, some species of grasshopper will thermoregulate to achieve body temperatures that are 2–5 C higher than normal in order to inhibit the growth of fungal pathogens[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Surgical Wound Infection

    In cellulitis processes the inflammation of dermal and subcutaneous tissues can be severe, but typically there is no macroscopic suppuration.[scielo.br] However, infected wounds result when the body's immune defenses are overwhelmed or cannot cope with normal bacterial growth.[woundcarecenters.org]

  • Folliculitis

    Abstract Folliculitis is defined as the inflammation of the follicles. The most common cause of folliculitis is infection.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Abnormal beard or body hair growth, such as changed color, thickness, multiple hairs growing from one follicle, etc.[folliculitisclinic.com] […] of a hair follicle; the lesion may be a papule or pustule. folliculitis /fol·lic·u·li·tis/ ( fah-lik″u-li tis ) inflammation of a follicle. folliculitis decal vans suppurative[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

  • Ulcerative Blepharitis

    […] lesions, and loss of lashes. ulcerative blepharitis [ul′sərā′tiv, ul′sərətiv′] Etymology: L, ulcus atus, relating to; Gk, blepharon, eyelid, itis, inflammation a form of[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] Normally, certain types of staph bacteria can live on your body without causing harm.[healthline.com] […] in which the edge of the eyelid is covered with small white or gray scales. ulcerative blepharitis that marked by small ulcerated areas along the eyelid margin, multiple suppurative[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

  • Seborrheic Blepharitis

    Normally, certain types of staph bacteria can live on your body without causing harm.[healthline.com] However, sometimes there can be bacterial overgrowth or growth of some types of harmful bacteria that can infect the eyelids.[healthline.com]

  • Gonococcal Vulvovaginitis

    […] include menstruation sexual activity pregnancy foreign bodies sexually transmitted disease hygienic products antibiotics hypoestrogenic states ( e.g., menopause) Prognosis[medbullets.com] […] of pathogenic organisms acidic environment normally maintains normal vaginal flora pathogenesis disruption of this acidic environment results in vaginitis disruptive causes[medbullets.com] […] a large amount of glycogen lactobacilli use this glycogen from sloughed cells to produce lactic acid creating an acidic vaginal environment (pH 4-4.5) that prevents the growth[medbullets.com]

  • Staphylococcus Aureus

    Micrococcus, which, when limited in its extent and activity, causes acute suppurative inflammation (phlegmon), produces, when more extensive and intense in its action on the[nejm.org] , Microbial genetics, Immunology, Pathogenesis of bacterial infection, Antimicrobial chemotherapy, Normal microbial flora of the human body Spore-forming gram-positive bacilli[books.google.com.mx] The science of microbiology, Cell structure, Classification of bacteria, The growth and survival and death of microorganisms, Cultivation of microorganisms, Microbial metabolism[books.google.com.mx]

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