vulvovaginitis


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vulvovaginitis

[¦vəl·vō‚vaj·ə′nīd·əs]
(medicine)
Simultaneous inflammation of the vulva and the vagina.
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Women with recurrent vulvovaginitis are treated with induction and prolonged, low-dose maintenance fluconazole regimens to achieve an asymptomatic state.
Although the occurrence and diagnosis of vulvovaginitis in pregnant women are similar to nonpregnant women, the management of various infections vulvar and vaginal during pregnancy is often a dilemma.
En el caso de nuestra paciente se documentaron diabetes mellitus y vulvovaginitis herpetica; la primera esta frecuentemente asociada con abscesos esplenicos (15,22) pero la segunda no esta informada en la literatura como una asociacion frecuente con la infeccion del bazo, por lo que podria ser un hallazgo casual no relacionado.
But when American doctors in the early twentieth century were confronted with disquieting numbers of prepubertal girls who tested positive for vulvovaginitis, their ingenuity in discovering sources of infection knew no bounds.
The company notes that an article in the Journal of Urgent Care states that vulvovaginitis is responsible for about 10 million doctor's office visits in the United States each year.
Laboratory diagnosis may be considered in cases where complicated vulvovaginitis (infection with Candida species other than C.
fermentum ha mostrado ser segura y reducir el riesgo de infecciones del tracto urinario, vaginosis bacteriana, vulvovaginitis por Candida y enfermedades de transmision sexual causadas por Neisseria gonorrhoeae y Chlamydia trachomatis (36).
Another infectious vesiculopustular condition is congenital candidiasis, which usually occurs within the first 6 days of life, and can be associated with maternal vulvovaginitis.
I) Incluye tumores uterinos, infecciones renales, vaginitis, vulvovaginitis, prolapso genital, leucorrea, dismenorrea, sindrome de congestion pelviana, menorragia, polimenorrea, metrorragia, aborto retenido, prolapso genital y prostatismo.
At the beginning of each group, all participants completed a brief questionnaire collecting basic demographic information (age, ethnicity, sexual orientation) and information on STD history, symptoms of vulvovaginitis, and sex toy use and cleaning practices.