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Adenosis associated malignant proliferation which can be a complication of in utero DES exposure

clear cell adenocarcinoma

2

Infection of fallopian tube cells by N. gonorrhea can lead to 1_____. Complications of this include 2._____ and ____. Another, more systemic complication of N. gonorrhea infection affecting joints is 3._____

1. acute salpingitis
2. tubo-ovarian abscess and PID
3. septic arthritis

3

Five histological characteristics of cells in extramammary Paget disease are

1.vacuolated cytoplasm
2.abundant glycosaminoglycans
3.staining with PAS
4.staining with mucicarmine
5.CEA (+)

4

This condition is characterized by white plaques, atrophic skin, hyperkeratosis, loss of rete ridges, and a homogenous, acellular zone in the upper dermis

Lichen Sclerosus

5

Lichen Sclerosus is associated what category of disorders?

Autoimmune disease

6

The infectious agent associated with condyloma acuminatum is 1.____ while the infectious agent associated with condylomata lata, also known as 2._____, is 3.______

1. Human papillomavirus (usually types 6 & 11)
2. syphilitic warts
3. Treponema chlamydia (Syphilis)

7

The second stage of this disease is characterized by bilateral inguinal lymph node enlargement. Suppurative fistulas may also develop. The third stage can involve elephantiasis and rectal strictures. What disease is it and what is the infectious agent?

Chlamydia infection
Chlamydia trachomatis

8

Histological characteristics of Chlamydia infection include

inclusion or coccoid bodies
necrotizing granulomas
neutrophilic infiltrate

9

Chancroid or painful sores on the genitalia with vesiculopustular lesions and granulomatous inflammation are characteristic of infection by

Haemophilus ducreyi

10

One complication of Haemophilus ducreyi infection is

urethral stenosis

11

Well differentiated squamous cell carcinomas which often show keratin pearls, commonly express

cytokeratins

12

When vaginal discharge from this gram negative coccobacilli is mixed with 10% KOH it develops a "fishy odor"

Gardnerella vaginalis

13

Bartholin glands are found on the 1.____. Blocking their drainage produces a 2.____ which can lead to formation of an 3._____

1.Vulva
2. Bartholin cyst
3. abscess

14

Staphylococcus aureus colinization of the vagina can lead to 1.______ from production of a immune modifying toxin

Toxic shock syndrome

15

Toxic shock syndrome is associated with use of long acting _____

tampons

16

Two major complications of toxic shock syndrome are

shock
disseminated intravascular coagulation