genital tract


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genital tract

[′jen·ət·əl ‚trakt]
(anatomy)
The ducts of the reproductive system.
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In this case, we obtained data from the thin-layer MRI imaging technique (layer thickness of 1 mm) and processed it in the 3D software to mold the 3D reconstruction models for the patient's reproductive organs and genital tract malformations.
However, if not cleared from the cells of the lower genital tract, anus, or oropharynx it can result in the breakdown of cellular correction strategies and culminate in invasive carcinoma.
Symptomatic vaginal discharge is a poor predictor of sexually transmitted infections and genital tract inflammation in high-risk women in South Africa.
Enterobius vermicularis infections, though uncommon in normally sterile upper genital tract of females, are rare but cause significant morbidity.
Risk factors for SSCC of the female genital tract are not completely known.
Overview of tuberculosis of the female genital tract.
Sexually transmitted genital tract infections were among the most common new conditions detected in this study group.
More recently, genital tract mycoplasmas, especially Mycoplasma genitalium, have been implicated as a cause of acute PID (10,11).
The female genital tract includes the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus (body/corpus and cervix), vagina, and vulva.
Genital tract secretion smear were made and identified.
Complete genital tract was palpable distinctly perrectally and was located in proper position.
A total of 4657 patients were admitted during the study period and all the patients having genital tract malignancies were included.