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Vaginitis

What characterizes a candidal vaginitis (the first thing you obviously see)?

Vaginitis is characterized by a curdy(Quarkisch) white discharge(Absonderung)

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Vaginitis

What does the vagina do during the vaginitis?

It produces vaginal discharge(Absonderung) -leukorrhea

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Vaginitis

What organism are associated?

A large variety of organism, like bacteria, fungi, parasites

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Vaginitis

What is the reason for vaginitis? Why does the normal flora gets disrupted?

Many organism belong to the normal flora that become pathogenic only in the setting of diabetes, systemic antibiotica therapy, immunodeficiency, pregancy, or recent abortion

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Vaginitis

How common is primary gonorrheal infection of the vagina?

Really uncommon

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Vaginitis

What organism are worth mention to cause a primary vaginitis?

Candida albicans and Trichomonas vaginalis

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Vagnitis

How does affected people get candida albicans?

In about 5%, Candida albicans is part of the normal vaginal flora

Thus, almost always involves one of the predisposing like antibiotic therapy or superinfection by a new, more aggressive strain(Rasse-Stamm)

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Vaginitid

How does the discharge of T. vaginalis looks like? What is in it?

T. vaginitis produces a watery, copious gray-green discharge
in which parasites can be identified in about 10% of asymptomatic women

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Vaginitis

How does a women usually gets an T. vaginalis infection?

Usually stems (zurückzuführen) from sexual transmission of new stains

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Malignant neoplasms

What kinds of Malignant neoplasms can be found at the vagina?

- Squamous cell carcinoma
- Clear cell adenocarcinoma
- Sarcoma botryoides

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Malignant neoplasms - Squamous cell carcinoma

1. How common are Squamous cell carcinoma of the vagina?

2. When does it usually occur?

1. extremely uncommon cancer

2. this typ of cancer usually occurs in women older than 60 years
of age

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Malignant neoplasms - Squamous cell carcinoma

1. What is the precursor (Vorläufer) of the squamous cell
carcinom?

1. Vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia is a precursor lesion that is
nearly always associated with HPV infection

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Malignant neoplasia - Clear cell Adenocarcinom

1. How common is a clear cell adenocarcinom?

2. What possible precursor is related with clear cell
adenocarcinom?

1. a very rare tumor

2. Diethylstilbestrol during pregnancy to prevent threatened
abortion.

However, the pathological precursor are small grandular or
microcytic inclusions(Einschluss) which appear in the vaginal
mucosa. This red, granular-appearing lesion is called vaginal
adenosis. And these precursor lesions are the basis of
Clear cell adenocarcinoma.

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Malignant neoplasms - Sarcoma botryoides

1. Name the synonym and the German translation of Sarcoma
botryoides!

1. embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma
German: Sarcoma botryoides or Traubensarkom

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Malignant neoplasms - Sarcoma botryoides

1. How common is Sarcoma botryoides?

2. How does it manifest in the vagina?

1. very rare!

2. It manifests as soft polyoid masses

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Malignant neoplasms - Sarcoma botryoides

1. What ages are affected?

2. Which Organs are affected?

1. this typ of cancer is usually encountered (begegnen) in infants
and children younger than 5 years of age

2. Vagina, urinary bladder and bile ducts