nonspecific vaginitis

nonspecific vaginitis n BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS

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  • nonspecific vaginitis — noun see bacterial vaginosis …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Vaginitis — Inflammation of the vagina. The vagina is the muscular canal extending from the cervix to the outside of the body. Vaginitis is often caused by a fungus. A woman with this condition may have itching or burning and may notice a discharge.… …   Medical dictionary

  • granular vaginitis — vaginitis in cows with small nodules on the vulvar mucosa, apparently a nonspecific response of lymphatic tissue to irritation …   Medical dictionary

  • Trichomonas vaginitis — vaginitis produced by Trichomonas vaginalis; it is usually transmitted by coitus and is often asymptomatic. The symptomatic condition may take the form of severe vaginal irritation associated with discharge, burning, pruritus, and chafing. Male… …   Medical dictionary

  • NSV — nonspecific vaginitis/vaginosis …   Medical dictionary

  • NSV — • nonspecific vaginitis/vaginosis …   Dictionary of medical acronyms & abbreviations

  • Vulvovaginal health — is the health and sanitation of the human female vulva and vagina. ConditionsProblems affecting this area include: *Infection with Candida albicans (candidiasis or yeast infection ) *Bacterial vaginosis (BV) associated with the Gardnerella ,… …   Wikipedia

  • Bacterial vaginosis — Classification and external resources Micrograph of bacterial vaginosis squamous cells of the cervix covered with rod shaped bacteria, Gardnerella vaginalis (arrows). ICD 10 …   Wikipedia

  • Bacterial vaginosis — A vaginal condition characterized by an abnormal vaginal discharge due to an overgrowth of normal bacteria in the vagina. Women with bacterial vaginosis have fewer of the usual vaginal bacteria, called lactobacilli. Symptoms are the vaginal… …   Medical dictionary

  • bacterial vaginosis — noun Date: 1985 vaginitis that is marked by a grayish vaginal discharge usually of foul odor and that is associated with the presence of excessive amounts of some bacteria (especially Gardnerella vaginalis) called also nonspecific vaginitis …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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