monilial vaginitis

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monilial vaginitis

[mə′nil·ē·əl ‚vaj·ə′nīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the vagina caused by a fungus of the genus Monilia.
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That monilial vaginitis is 10 to 20 times more common during pregnancy has been supported by Winton et al.4 and Dotz and Berman.7 Physiological changes were seen in all the pregnant females.
Vaginal discharge sample was not cultured except conventional test such as bacterial vaginosis, trichomonas, and monilial vaginitis. After delivery of the fetus, Escherichia coli was found during the culture of vaginal discharge sample and also found during the culture of uterine discharge sample after hysterectomy.
Monilial infection of the nipple has been associated with nipple damage, antibiotic therapy, history of monilial vaginitis in the mother during pregnancy, and thrush in the infant.(46) One published case report was located in the literature,(47) but there are no published studies on prevalence.