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    Georgian Med News. 2021 FebHruzevskyi O, Kozishkurt O, … Minukhin V
  • Along with sexually transmitted infections opportunistic pathogens and normal microbiota are becoming increasingly clinically important. Opportunistic pathogens can lead to purulent-inflammatory process of the genitals The aim of the current work was to detect qualitative and quantitative composition of vagina contents in non-specific bacterial vaginosis. Vaginal microbiota of 298 women aged from…
  • Chitosan-based systems aimed at local application for vaginal infections. [Review]
    Carbohydr Polym. 2021 Jun 01; 261:117919.Araujo VHS, de Souza MPC, … Chorilli M
  • Vaginal administration is a promising route for the local treatment of infectious vaginal diseases since it can bypass the first-pass metabolism, drug interactions, and adverse effects. However, the commercial products currently available for topical vulvovaginal treatment have low acceptability and do not adequately explore this route. Mucoadhesive systems can optimize the efficacy of drugs admi…
  • Novel insights in bacterial vaginosis etiology through genomic approaches. [Review]
    An Acad Bras Cienc. 2021; 93(2):e20200945.Almeida MO, Viana MVC, … Carvalho RDO
  • Bacterial vaginosis (BV) has been considered as dysbiosis state whose etiology is not fully understood. This condition affects a large number of women of reproductive age and its study has been highly relevant due to the growing association of BV with and gynecological and obstetric complications and diseases, in addition to a greater susceptibility to sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV…
  • Recurrent bacterial vaginosis. [Review]
    Nursing. 2021 Mar 01; 51(3):48-52.Ellington K, Saccomano SJ
  • Bacterial vaginosis increases the risk of sexually transmitted infections, including HIV, and treatment is crucial to avoid complications. This article reviews the evidence-based options for treating bacterial vaginosis to improve patient outcomes.
  • [The role of herpesviruses in development of diseases of the urogenital tract and infertility in women]. [Journal Article]
    Vopr Virusol. 2021 Jan 07; 65(6):317-325.Kushch AA, Kisteneva LB, … Cheshik SG
  • This review presents the data on the spreading of all known human herpesviruses (НHVs) in female urogenital tract. According to the WHO almost 500 million people worldwide suffer from genital infection caused by НHVs. НHVs were detected in various inflammatory diseases of female upper and lower genital tract (vaginitis and cervicitis), in extrauterine pregnancy (in fallopian tubes), in infertilit…
  • Aerobic Vaginitis-Underestimated Risk Factor for Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia. [Journal Article]
    Diagnostics (Basel). 2021 Jan 09; 11(1)Plisko O, Zodzika J, … Rezeberga D
  • The aim of this study is to analyse the association between vaginal microbiota and the histological finding of CIN. From July 2016 until June 2017, we included 110 consecutive patients with abnormal cervical cytology results referred for colposcopy to Riga East Clinical University Hospital Outpatient department in the study group. 118 women without cervical pathology were chosen as controls. Cert…
  • Frequency of Coinfection on the Vaginal Wet Preparation in the Emergency Department. [Journal Article]
    Cureus. 2020 Nov 19; 12(11):e11566.Elkins JM, Cantillo-Campos S, Sheele JM
  • Introduction Vaginal infections are common in the emergency department (ED) but the frequency of vaginal coinfections identified on wet preparation is unknown. Methods The study examined a data set of 75,000 ED patient encounters between April 18, 2014, and March 7, 2017, who had received testing for gonorrhea, chlamydia, or trichomonas or had received a urinalysis and urine culture during the ED…
  • Hyaluronic Acid in Postmenopause Vaginal Atrophy: A Systematic Review. [Journal Article]
    J Sex Med. 2021 01; 18(1):156-166.Dos Santos CCM, Uggioni MLR, … Da Rosa MI
  • CONCLUSIONS: The comparisons presented suggest that hyaluronic acid has a profile of efficacy, safety, and tolerability comparable with vaginal estrogens for the treatment of symptoms of vaginal atrophy. It is a possible alternative for women who cannot use hormonal treatment. dos Santos CCM, Uggioni MLR, Colonetti T, et al. Hyaluronic Acid in Postmenopause Vaginal Atrophy: A Systematic Review. J Sex Med 2021;18:156-166.
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