Chlamydia infection

Chlamydia infection

Chlamydia infection ♦♦♦ The commonest sexual infection in developed countries. Aetiology: A. Causative organism: chlamydia trachomatis. – Similar to bacteria

Salpingitis and Salpingo-oophoritis

Salpingitis and Salpingo-oophoritis

Salpingitis and Salpingo-oophoritis – Bilateral affection of tubes is more common and usually associated with involvement of ovaries. – Infection

Cervicitis

Cervicitis

Cervicitis 1. Acute cervicitis. 2. Chronic cervicitis. 3. Cervical ectopy. Acute cervicitis Definition: acute inflammation of endocervical glands. Aetiology: *

Vaginitis

Vaginitis

Vaginitis Definition: Inflammatory reaction affecting vaginal mucosa. Aetiology: Primary vaginitis ♦♦♦ During childhood: vulvovaginitis of children. ♦♦♦ During childbearing period:

Trichomonas vaginalis

Trichomonas vaginalis

Trichomonas vaginalis Incidence: * Responsible for 20% of vaginitis (the 3rd most common). Aetiology: ♦♦♦ Causative organism: trichomonas vaginalis *

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