genital tract


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genital tract

[′jen·ət·əl ‚trakt]
(anatomy)
The ducts of the reproductive system.
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Chalvardjian A: Sarcoidosis of the female genital tract.
In the multivariate analysis, genital tract shedding was associated with recent HSV-2 seroconversion (OR 3), high-density group B streptococcus colonization (OR 2.
In the multivariate analysis, genital tract shedding was associated with recent HSV-2 seroconversion (odds ratio [OR] of 3), high-density group B streptococcus colonization (OR 2.
Anterior genital tract trauma is not something that we need to be extremely concerned about preventing," Dr.
In a 12-month study of 330 women who were evaluated every 4 months, independent predictors of genital tract shedding of HSV-2 were HSV-2 seroconversion during the previous 4 months (adjusted odds ratio [OR] 3.
Anderson's team found that many men whose semen harbored HIV also had a genital tract inflammation -- and resulting white blood cells in their semen.
The World Congress of Cervical Pathology and Colposcopy brings together leading scientists focused on molecular biology, cancer of the uterine cervix and lower genital tract pathology and new therapeutic and diagnostic techniques including those applicable in developing countries.
SAN DIEGO -- Repeat screening for lower genital tract infections in pregnant adolescents is reasonable because of high recurrence and persistence rate of infections in this patient population, Andrea Ries Thurman, M.
SAN DIEGO -- A study of cervical anti-inflammatory cytokine concentrations has found that cigarette smoking during pregnancy may weaken the innate immune defense of the lower genital tract, Dr.
titled "Antibodies and Antibody-Secreting Cells in the Female Genital Tract after Vaginal or Intranasal Immunization with Cholera Toxin B Subunit or Conjugates.
genitalium may play a role in human genital tract infections.
It is also estimated that 75 percent of chlamydia infections in women are asymptomatic and, if left undiagnosed and untreated, can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) or infection of the upper genital tract.