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trichomonad

(trik″ŏ-mō′nad″) [ tricho- + monad (2)]
1. Related to or resembling the genus Trichomonas.
2. A member of the genus Trichomonas.
trichomonal (-mō′năl), adjective
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Causes of abnormal vaginal discharge depending on speculum and microscopic examination Type of Cause of discharge Number (%) of vaginal women smear Normal Physiological 081 (14.36) Cervical erosion 101 (17.91) Cervicitis 060 (10.64) PID 021 (03.72) Vaginitis * Bacterial vaginosis 220 (39.01) Candidiasis 043 (07.62) Trichomonal vaginitis 038 (06.74) Total 564 (100) * 10 had cervical erosion, 4 had cervicitis and 3 had pelvic inflammatory diseases (PID) along with vaginitis.
The recommended treatment for trichomonal infection is a single 2 g dose of metronidazole (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 2002).
Chancroid, lymphogranuloma venereum, nongonococcal urethritis, trichomonal vaginitis and pelvic inflammatory disease were rarely observed STIs.
Human trichomonal peritonitis has been reported (8-10).
Two reported patients with trichomonal peritonitis recovered after treatment with metronidazole.
The active ingredient, Terpinen-4-ol, has both antibacterial and antifungal properties.(31)(32) Many brief studies have found this popular home remedy successful in treating a variety of ailments: tinea pedis and onychomycosis,(33)(34) trichomonal vaginitis,(35) and acne(36) (the latter the subject of a randomized controlled trial).
Melaleuca alternifolia oil, uses for trichomonal vaginitis and other vaginal infections.
We have done KOH and saline wet mount to exclude candida and trichomonal infections.
The importance of coexisting syphilitic, chlamydial, mycoplasmal, and trichomonal infections in the treatment of gonorrhea.
Epidemiologic differences between candidial and trichomonal infections as detected in cytologic smears in Taiwan.
Women with any of the following conditions were excluded from the study: women who had abnormal Papanicolaou smear cytology, allergy to azole drugs, or chronic vaginal candidiasis; women who were known to have diabetes or immunosuppression; women receiving antifungal chemotherapy; women who were known to have impaired renal or hepatic function; and women who had a concurrent bacterial, viral, or trichomonal vaginal infection.