cervicovaginal

cervicovaginal

pertaining to the cervix and the vagina.
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Contract notice: For the provision of transport systems and sampling cervicovaginal for the determination of hpv-dna, slides for cytology and of a complete system for the preparation of the samples and related consumables.
4) The Bethesda System (TBS) for reporting cervicovaginal cytology describes atrophic vaginitis as "atrophy with inflammation," suggesting that the above criteria, with the addition of the presence of neutrophils, distinguishes atrophic vaginitis from atrophy.
To evaluate the effects of the bacteria on cervicovaginal lavage (CVL) HIV-1 RNA concentrations over time, she and her colleagues followed 57 HIV-positive women from Seattle and Rochester, N.
Cervicovaginal secretions (CVSs) contain cytokines of maternal origin (1, 2), inflammatory cells, and proteolytic enzymes derived from leukocytes (3, 4) and act to protect the intraamniotic compartment from infectious agents that may ascend along the birth canal.
We then inject 10 mL in the cervicovaginal junction on each side at 3:00 and 9:00.
Cervicovaginal lavage specimens from all subjects were tested for HIV-1-specific IgA and IgG.
Certain vaginal isolates affect the quantity of HIV RNA in cervicovaginal lavage, a study suggests.
The remaining cytology specimens consist almost entirely of abnormal cervicovaginal smears.
The opinion notes that the drug "has been studied only as a prophylactic measure in asymptomatic women, not as a tocolytic agent," and that further studies are needed to evaluate its use in women with multiple gestations, short cervical length, or positive test results for cervicovaginal fetal fibronectin.
Five cervicovaginal smears were collected for diagnostic purposes (for visible or palpable abnormalities).