oophoritis


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oophoritis

[‚ō·ə·fə′rīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the ovaries.
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Additionally, the character of the inflammation between organ systems was also different, with a granulomatous oophoritis versus heterophilic pancreatitis.
So, the intravenous injection of cMSCs is safe and noninvasive procedure, and therefore, it can be a perspective method in the development of complex therapy of women with chronic oophoritis and associated infertility.
A minimum dataset was extracted for all admissions with any of the following codes: B26 (mumps), N45 (orchitis and epididymitis), A87 (viral meningitis), N70 (oophoritis), and K85 (acute pancreatitis) (19).
None of the cases with virus detected in urine reported having orchitis or oophoritis. CSF specimens were collected for two cases one day after onset of symptoms of meningitis, with the virus detected in one by both isolation and RT-PCR.
Cases of CMV endometritis and cervicitis have also been reported.1-4 Involvement of ovaries has also been reported by several authors.5-7 To date, more than 10 cases of CMV oophoritis have been reported in the literature.
Severe complications can include deafness, orchitis, oophoritis, mastitis, meningitis / encephalitis, and spontaneous abortion.
Seven cases of xanthogranulomatous salpingitis, 3 cases of xanthogranulomatous oophoritis, and 4 cases of xanthogranulomatous salpingitis and oophoritis have been reported to date,[2,12,13,16-22] some under other diagnoses, such as xanthomatous salpingiosis, tubal xanthomatosis, xanthogranuloma of the ovary, and pelvic inflammatory pseudotumor.
Group G showed 40% acute mortality, severe depression, and anorexia with markedly reduced egg production and developed peritonitis-associated lesions such as accumulation of yellowish caseous fluid in the peritoneum, salpingitis, and oophoritis. Histopathologically, ovarian and oviduct tissues from group G exhibited severe inflammatory changes such as infiltration of mononuclear cells and edema.
Although rare, complications may include encephalitis, meningitis, orchitis, and oophoritis. The virus replicates within the upper respiratory tract and is transmitted through direct contact with respiratory droplets or saliva and through fomites.
gonorrhoeae smear obtained from a man nucleic acid probe, nucleic acid amplification assay, or enzyme immunoassay Pelvic Diagnosis with any of the All of the following: inflammatory following ICD-9 * codes: disease * Abdominal direct * 614.0- acute salpingitis tenderness or oophoritis * Tenderness with * 614.2- salpingitis or motion of the cervix oophoritis, not otherwise specified * Adnexal tenderness * 614.3- acute And at least one parametritis and pelvic of the following: cellulitis * Meets the surveillance * 614.5- acute pelvic case definition of peritonitis C.
However, complications have included 27 reports of orchitis, 11 meningitis, four encephalitis, four deafness, and one each of oophoritis, mastitis, pancreatitis, and unspecified complications.