Gonorrhea Aetiology: A. Causative organism: gonococci (gram –ve intracellular diplococci). B. Mode of infection: 1) Sexual route: sexual intercourse (the
Genital Bilharisiasis Aetiology: A. Causative organism: usually schistosoma hematobium. B. Mode of infection: via communication between pelvic venous plexuses. C.
Genital TB Aetiology: A. Causative organism: mycobacterium tuberculosis (usually human type). B. Mode of infection: 1) Blood born is the
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Definition Upper genital tract inflammation characterized by salpingitis with any of the following may be accompanied: endometritis,
Uterine retroversion and retroflexion Def.: Retroversion: the long axis of the uterus is directed backwards. Retroflexion: the uterus is
Uterine inversion Definition: the uterus is turned inside out either partially or completely. Aetiology: A. Acute inversion (acute