vulvovaginal


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vulvovaginal

 [vul″vo-vaj´ĭ-nal]
pertaining to the vulva and vagina.

vul·vo·vag·i·nal

(vŭl'vō-vaj'i-năl),
Relating to the vulva and the vagina.

vulvovaginal

/vul·vo·vag·i·nal/ (-vaj´ĭ-n'l) pertaining to the vulva and vagina.

vulvovaginal

(vŭl′vō-văj′ə-nəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the vulva and the vagina.

vulvovaginal

[vul′vōvaj′inəl]
Etymology: L, vulva + vagina, sheath
pertaining to the vulva and the vagina.

vulvovaginal

pertaining to the vulva and vagina.

vulvovaginal cleft
see anogenital cleft.
vulvovaginal glands
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Instead, the researchers found that a three-factor model--with vulvovaginal symptoms of irritation and pain in one group, urinary symptoms in another group, and vaginal discharge and odor in a third group--fit best with the symptoms reported in their survey.
Diabetic spouse may be a predisposing factor for vulvovaginal disease in women as per this study.
In this situation, early identification may be possible, and early management may prevent the development of vulvovaginal adhesions and associated subsequent complications.
Commentary: The signs and symptoms of vulvovaginal atrophy are very common in postmenopausal women and include pale epithelium, vulvo-vaginal dryness and thinning, inflammation, petechiae, increased friability, and vulvovaginal pain with touch.
Exclusion criteria included breastfeeding, history of herbal drug allergy, known chronic disease, concurrent vaginal infection, recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis, abnormal uterine bleeding and a variety of medication exclusions amongst others.
Impact of vulvovaginal health on postmenopausal women: a review of surveys on symptoms of vulvovaginal atrophy.
La candidiasis vulvovaginal (CVV) es la segunda causa mas comun de vaginitis en todo el mundo (despues de la vaginosis bacteriana), con alta incidencia en paises en desarrollo y causa de ausentismo laboral.
Vulvovaginal candidiasis: Epidemiology, microbiology and risk factors.
Results: The present study showed maximum incidence of bacterial vaginosis (44%) followed by vulvovaginal candidiasis (25%), non-specific discharge (14%), trichomoniasis (11%), gonorrhea (6%).
We know that HPV is associated with cervical cancer, vulval cancer, anal cancer, vulvovaginal warts, and other non-gynaecological cancers.
The FDA also noted that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends using topical antifungal products only when treating pregnant women with vulvovaginal yeast infections.
Ledger and Witken present readers with the second edition of their comprehensive examination of the microbiology of the vagina, vaginal immunology, and vulvovaginal disease in its many forms.