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Vulvovaginitis:

1. C.albicans
2. T.vaginalis

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Urethritis (women):

1. C.trachomatis
2. N.gonorrhoeae
3. HSV

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PID:

1. N.gonorrhoeae
2. C.trachomatis

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Urethritis (men):

1. N.gonorrhoeae
2. C.trachomatis
3. U.urealyticum
4. T.vaginalis
5. HSV-2

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Orchitis:

Mumps virus

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Epididymitis:

1. N.gonorrhoeae
2. C.trachomatis

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Enteritis:

1. G.lamblia
2. C.parvum

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Proctocolitis/enterocolitis:

1. C.jejuni
2. S.flexneri
3. E.histolytica

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Proctitis:

1. C.trachomatis
2. N.gonorrhoeae
3. HSV-1/2
4. T.pallidum

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ULCERATIVE cutaneous lesions of the genitalia:

1. HSV-1/2 --> Herpes --> painful vesicles.
2. T.pallidum --> Syphilis --> painless indurated.
3. H.ducreyi --> Chancroid --> painful
4. C.trachomatis --> Lymphogranuloma venereum --> solitary, nonindurated

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WART cutaneous lesions of the genitalia:

1. HPV
2. Molluscum contagiosum

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Sexually transmitted pathogens with systemic effects:

1. HIV
2. HTLV
3. HBV
4. CMV
5. T.pallidum

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Common vaginal infections:

1. C.albicans (itchy)
2. T.vaginalis (itchy)
3. Gardnerella vaginalis

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Discharge of C.albicans vaginal infection:

Color - white
Amount - small

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Discharge of T.vaginalis vaginal infection:

Color - yellow
Amount - copious

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Discharge of G.vaginalis vaginal infection:

Color - white/gray
Amount - moderate
Malodorous discharge.

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Common opportunistic infections in HIV+ patients (450-200 T cells):

1. H.influenza
2. S.pneumoniae
3. S.aureus (catheter related sepsis)
4. S.epi (catheter related sepsis)
5. Salmonella species
6. Shigella species
7. Campylobacter species
8. M.tuberculosis
9. EBV (oral hairy leukoplakia)
10. VZV (shingles)
11. HSV-1,2 (recurring oral/genital ulcers)
12. C.albicans (thrush, vaginitis)
13. Tinea infections

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Common opportunistic infections in HIV+ patients (200-50):

1. C.neoformans (meningitis)
2. C.immitis (pneumonia, systemic infection)
3. P.jirovecii
4. C.parvum
5. T.gondii (encephalitis)

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Common opportunistic infections in HIV+ patients (<50):

1. MAC (Lung, liver, bone infection)
2. CMV (retinitis, esophagitis, colitis)
3. H.capsulatum (pneumonia, systemic infection)