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Words related to vulvovaginitis

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.
An outbreak of bovine necrotic vulvovaginitis associated with Porphyromonas levii, an emerging animal and human pathogen, affected 32 cows on a dairy farm in the northeast of Israel.
She draws for us an unattractive character who "was too big," "was suffering from vulvovaginitis," whose belly was "a knob," and whose skin was "wan" (57).
Candida vulvovaginitis is the second most common diagnosis in women with vaginal symptoms (Reed and Eyler 1993).
Abraham Golan and his colleagues in Israel reported that they were able to complete the procedure successfully in 22 patients aged 3-16 years who were evaluated for vulvovaginitis, vaginal trauma, bleeding, or genital malformation (J.
Clinical resistance of recurrent Candida albicans vulvovaginitis to fluconazole in the presence and absence of in vitro resistance.
The only serious adverse events related to the study drug were two cases of vulvovaginitis, which were judged to be application site reactions.
Moreover, antibiotic treatment of any component of the normal vaginal flora may actually lead to overgrowth of Candida species and candidal vulvovaginitis.
This study was carried out to determine the species prevalence and fluconazole susceptibility among yeast isolates from women with candidal vulvovaginitis.