genitourinary system

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genitourinary system

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This leads to the normal acidic pH in the vagina (range, 3.5-4.5) and helps maintain the normal ecosystem of the lower urogenital tract.1 The acidic pH, along with a healthy stratified squamous epithelium, affords protection against various vaginal pathogens.
Furthermore, strains contained in a multi-strain combination need to be compatible (i.e., not antagonistic) and preferably synergistic for a targeted health condition beyond general gastrointestinal health (e.g., women's urogenital tract health), which must be demonstrated by clinical research.
genitalium first isolated from the human urogenital tract?
To The best of our knowledge there are 19 published cases of GPA presenting as an inflammatory lesion involving urogenital tract which are discovered in imaging studies and are described like pseudotumors [2, 9-13].
Primary mucosal melanomas can arise from any part of mucous membrane present in the body, but predominantly arises from melanocytes located in mucosal membranes lining respiratory, gastrointestinal, and urogenital tract. Mucosal melanoma of the nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, and nasopharynx is still a rarer entity and accounts for about 4% of all sinonasal malignancies [5].
Neuroendocrine cells in the female urogenital tract of the pig, and their immunohistochemical characterization.
In adults Cavia porcellus, Cooper and Schiller (1975) describe in general terms the anatomy of this species, although it has been noticed the absence of more detailed data concerning the urogenital tract. Regarding the embryology of this species Evans and Sack (1973) describes some events of embryonic development.
Epstein, "Solitary fibrous tumor of the lower urogenital tract: a report of five cases involving the seminal vesicles, urinary bladder, and prostate" Human Pathology, vol.
In the 1980s a new species of Mycoplasma was isolated from the urogenital tract of men with nongonococcal urethritis, Mycoplasma genitalium.
[USPRwire, Sun Oct 18 2015] Genital herpes (GH) is a life-long viral infection of the genitalia and urogenital tract. It is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and is a leading cause of genital ulcers around the world.
While most cases involve the skin, more rarely the eyes, nasal passages, paranasal sinuses and urogenital tract may also be affected.