progenitalis

pro·gen·i·ta·lis

(prō'jen-i-tā'lis),
On any of the exposed surfaces of the genitalia.
[L. prefix pro-, before, in front of, + genitalis, pertaining to the reproductive organs, fr. gigno, to bear]
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Other tests like Gram's staining (gram negative intracellular diplococci) and culture for Neisseria gonorrhoeae; KOH examination for candidiasis (budding yeast like structure and or pseudo-hyphae), Tzanck smear (multinucleated giant cells) and serological HSV-2 IgM and IgG for herpes progenitalis were also performed to help in the diagnosis of different STIs.
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3.###Herpes progenitalis with condyloma acuminata###1###0
4.###Herpes progenitalis with molluscum contagiosum###1###0
Herpes progenitalis is the most common cause of genital ulcer in developed and most parts of developing world.
For herpes progenitalis ulcer smear and IgM HSV-2 ELISA; for donovanosis tissue smears; and for chancroid smear and culture using two medium i.e., GC agar base with iso-vitalex, vancomycin and fetal calf serum and Mueller Hinton agar with isovitalex, vancomycin and fetal calf serum from ulcer base were performed.
Among ulcerative STIs, presence of syphilis was highest (36.9%), followed by herpes progenitalis (15.4%).
Pharmacokinetics of orally administered acyclovir in patients with herpes progenitalis. Am J Med 1982; 73:172-5.
On the basis of clinical diagnosis, the commonest ulcerative STD was herpes progenitalis (52.8%) followed by syphilis (30.5%).
Herpes progenitalis is the most common genital ulcer as reported by various European studies.90 Being a recurrent condition and having potential of asymptomatic viral shedding, herpes has lot of epidemiological significance.
Herpes progenitalis was the most common observed GUD followed by syphilis and chancroid.