Inclusion Cysts And Epidermal Cysts Of The Vulva

Inclusion cysts of the vulva contain epithelial tissue; epidermal cysts of the vulva develop from sebaceous glands. Both types of cysts enlarge by filling with cell detritus and may ignite. Inclusion cysts are the most common cysts of the vulva; they also occur in the vagina. They can after trauma (z. B. cuts, Episiotomienaht) are formed, enclosed by the epithelial tissue capable of division of the surface, or may develop…

September 3, 2018
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Bacterial Vaginosis (Bv)

As bacterial vaginosis is called vaginitis on the floor of a complex change in the vaginal flora, in which the lactobacilli are suppressed and proliferate anaerobes. Symptoms include a gray, thin liquid, smelling fishy vaginal discharge and itching. The diagnosis is confirmed by examination of vaginal secretions. The treatment with metronidazole (orally or locally) or clindamycin (local). Bacterial vaginosis is the most common form of infectious vaginitis. The cause is…

September 3, 2018
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