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  • […] than 0.01), shorter hospital treatment (p less than 0.05) and the absence of recurrence (p less than 0.01) in the first 6 months are the major advantages of the supplementary laparoscopic treatment of acute adnexitis found in preliminary results of the present[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • In this case, clinical presentation is completely the same as with acute disease but it is less prominent.[brulanta.com]
  • It can be due to the infection caused by the bacteria present in the vagina which rises to the fallopian tubes and ovaries.[curerator.com]
  • Chronic adnexitis tubercular etiology patients often complaints, characteristic for adnexitis, is not presented, calling for infertility.[medicalency.com]
  • Symptoms In mild cases of salpingitis, symptoms may not be present. When symptoms are present, they usually appear after the menstrual period.[mamashealth.com]
Lower Abdominal Pain
  • Clinical findings Uni- or bilateral lower abdominal pain, fever, vaginal discharge, dysmenorrhoea, nausea, vomiting and malaise. Management Antibiotics. adnexitis Gynecology Inflammation of uterine adnexae[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • Clinical manifestations Adnexitis: acute or slowly progressive lower abdominal pain, often bilateral; frequently begins after menses; fever; palpable tender mass.[ultrasound-cases.blogspot.com]
  • The symptoms of chronic unilateral and bilateral adnexitis: Lower abdominal pains are constant and may spread to the sacrum; pains are aggravated during defecation; Pain and discomfort during sexual intercourse; Menstrual disorders (changed amount of[brulanta.com]
  • The initial symptom (which may be in either the right or left upper quadrants)2 may often be overlooked with the moderately severe lower abdominal pain characteristic of acute pelvic inflammatory disease.[jamanetwork.com]
  • Salpingitis may cause dull, cramping lower abdominal pain, fever, vaginal discharge, and fertility problems. Antibiotics and sometimes surgery are used to treat the condition.[myhealth.alberta.ca]
  • Body temperature in acute adnexitis increases sometimes up to 39C, pulse quickens, respectively temperature. In blood leukocytosis, shift leukocyte left, acceleration ROHE.[medicalency.com]


  • It seems that supplementary laparoscopic procedures might be more efficient than medical treatment alone.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • The duration of this treatment - 10 days.[pharmacy-peoples.com]
  • Furthermore, the CRP determination was superior in assessing the efficacy of an antibiotic treatment.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Treatment Without timely treatment adnexitis becomes chronic, characterized by periods of exacerbation. Pain in the lower abdomen occur with colds, fatigue, common infectious diseases.[survincity.com]
  • Home treatment for andexitis is indicated in mild and moderate cases. Sometimes a woman should be hospitalized. General treatment for acute and chronic disease: Adnexitis treatment with broad-spectrum antibiotics.[brulanta.com]


  • The prognosis for uncomplicated adnexitis generally favorable, but in some cases may develop persistent infertility, menstrual dysfunction, increased risk of ectopic pregnancy.[med-reference.blogspot.com]
  • Especially serious and unfavorable prognosis, if bilateral defeat of uterine appendages is observed. Not the best variant of a course of a chronic adnexitis - an ectopic pregnancy.[en.medicine-worlds.com]
  • […] premature ovarian failure早発閉経(早発卵巣機能不全) premature rupture of themembranes前期破水 premature separation ofnormally implanted placenta常位胎盤早期剥離 premenstrual syndrome月経前症候群(月経前緊張症) presentation胎位 preterm早期 primordial follicle原始卵胞 primordial germ cell原始生殖細胞 prognosis[tokyo-med.ac.jp]


  • Chronic adnexitis tubercular etiology patients often complaints, characteristic for adnexitis, is not presented, calling for infertility.[medicalency.com]
  • In cases of suspected tuberculous etiology adnexitis used diagnostic curettage, seeding of menstrual blood, metrosal-pingografiyu, tuberculin test - Mantoux test, Koch.[med-reference.blogspot.com]
  • Patho physiological mechanisms and etiological factors in male infertility are largely unknown.[books.google.com]
  • Etiology Typically, the process begins with inflammation of the fallopian tubes. In this case we speak of course of acute salpingitis.[medusanews.com]
  • Antibiotic prescribe for the treatment of urethritis of gonorrhea and non-gonorrheal etiology, inflammation of the cervix.[doxycycline-info.net]


  • Prevention focuses on preventing abortions, proper management of the postpartum period (infection prevention).[med-reference.blogspot.com]
  • الصفحة 290 - Antibiotic prophylaxis for the prevention of bacterial infections in cirrhotic patients with gastrointestinal bleeding: A meta-analysis. Hepatology 1999; 29: 1655-61 6. ‏[books.google.com]
  • Preventing adnexitis Optimal PID prevention involves responsibility when choosing sexual partners and safe sex, even though barrier methods of birth control (condom) are not 100% effective against the infection transmission.[penoxal.com]
  • Prevention. The warning adnexitis important role to play in combating crime (outpatient) abortion, prevention of sexually transmitted diseases ( gonorrhoea ), the correct maintenance of the postnatal period (prevention of infections).[medicalency.com]
  • Prevention and useful tips on how to prevent the emergence of adneksita To prevent the emergence adneksita possible under strict and timely compliance with the following prevention recommendations: Delete the factors provoking the emergence and further[pharmacy-peoples.com]

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