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Bacterial Vaginosis: Clue Cell-Positive Discharge
W. I. Van Der Meijden
November 1987 by Van Gorcum Ltd .
Written in English
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However, sponta- neous cure was reported in more than half the cases . Our study was undertaken to investigate the efficacy of povidone-iodine in the treatment of bacterial vaginosis (Gardnerella uaginalis-sissocisited vaginitis), a condi- tion recently designated 'clue cell-positive discharge Cited by: 6.
Author(s): Meijden,W I van der, Title(s): Bacterial vaginosis (clue cell-positive discharge): diagnostic, ultra-structural, and therapeutic aspects/ W.I. van der Meijden. Although Nugent's criterion is considered as the gold standard for the diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis (BV), the method requires an experienced slide reader and considerable time and skill.
Bacterial vaginosis is a common condition that recurs frequently, adversely affecting women's lives, and is associated with complications including increased risk of sexually transmitted.
The diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis was based on the classic criteria set forth by Arnsel et al (1) homogeneous adherent discharge, (2) pH >(3) positive amine test result after addition of a 20% solution of potassium hydroxide, and (4) clue cells in a wet by: The diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis is usually based on clinical criteria including homogeneous vaginal discharge, an elevated vaginal pH, the presence of clue cells, and an amine odor.
The term bacterial vaginosis is recom-mended because the syndrome of malo-dorous vaginal discharge is neither "non-specific" nor an "itis". It is defined as "a replacementofthelactobacilli ofthevagina by characteristic groups of bacteria accompanied by changed properties ofthe vaginal fluid".
Bacterial vaginosis could alsobesub. Meijden W van der, Koerten H, Monrik W van, Bruijn WC de. Descriptive light and electron microscopy of normal and clue cell-positive discharge. In: Meijden W van der (ed). Bacterial vaginosis. Van Gorcum Arsen/Maastricht, The Netherlands b, pp 51–66 Google Scholar.
ascending genital tract infection and its permanent sequelae. If the partners were pregnant, there would also be risk of neonatal infection Cited by: 8.
Prior to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) epidemic, host defense against Candida albicans at mucosal sites was largely considered one-dimensional.
This chapter is divided into in-depth reviews of host defense mechanisms against oral, vaginal, and Gastrointestinal (GI) candidiasis, with emphasis on the uniqueness of the responses at each by: 3.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Analysis of bacterial vaginosis-related amines in vaginal fluid by gas chromatography and mass spectrometry.
PubMed. Wolrath, H; Forsum, U; Larsson, P G; Borén, H. The presence of various amines in vaginal fluid from women with malodorous vaginal discharge has been reported before. The investigations have used several techniques. Smears deficient in lactobacilli and positive for clue cells were considered to indicate a diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis.
Aerobic vaginitis was diagnosed if smears were deficient in lactobacilli, positive for cocci or coarse bacilli, positive for parabasal epithelial cells, and/or positive for vaginal leucocytes (plus their granular aspect).
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Филяева, Юлия Анатольевна. Галоаэрозольная терапия бактериального вагиноза: дис. кандидат. Bacterial vaginosis Trichomoniasis Grey Foul smell dyspareunia Erythema of vagina Pus-like discharge Grey yellow consistency floccular homogeneous homogeneous pH – > – Wet smear pseudohyphae Clue cell positive Motile trichomonas 60%.