Disease Information for Cytolytic vaginosis/Lactobacillus excess

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Clinical Manifestations
Signs & Symptoms
Cheesy/whitish vaginal discharge
Red Vulva Lesion
Vaginal Discharge
Vaginal Discharge Leukorrhea
Vaginal PH 3-4
Dysuria
Dysuria in females
Demographics & Risk Factors
Sex & Age Groups
Population/Adult Aged Only
Population/Adult/all
Population/Female
Population/Female-only/limit
Laboratory Tests
Microbiology & Serology Findings
Microlab/Cervix culture abnormal
Microlab/Bacillus/rods on smear
Associated Diseases & Rule outs
Rule Outs
Vulvovaginitis, Fungal
Associated Disease & Complications
Cytolytic vaginosis/Lactobacillus excess
Vaginitis
Vulvovaginitis/girl (prepubescent)
Disease Mechanism & Classification
Specific Agent
AGENT/Gram positive bacillus/rods (ex)
AGENT/Gram positive bacteria (ex)
Class
CLASS/Ovary/uterus/female genital (category)
CLASS/Vaginal manifestation/disorder (ex)
Pathophysiology
Pathophysiology/Vagina overgrowth lactobacillus/high acid
Synonyms
Synonym
201 LACTOBACILLUS, AV Anaerobic vaginosis, BACT VAGINITIDES, BACT VAGINITIS, BACT VAGINOSES, BACT VAGINOSIS, Bacterial Vaginitides, Bacterial Vaginitis, Bacterial Vaginoses, BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS, Bacterial vaginosis (disorder), BV Bacterial vaginosis, exces, Lactobacillus, LACTOBACILLUS UNIDENTIFIED, Lactobacillus (organism), Lactobacillus Beijerinck 1901, LACTOBACILLUS PREPARATION, LACTOBACILLUS UNIDENTIFIED, Non specific vaginitis, Nonspecific vaginitis, NSV Nonspecific vaginitis, VAGINITIDES BACT, Vaginitides Bacterial, VAGINITIS BACT, Vaginitis bacterial, VAGINITIS NON SPECIFIC, Vaginitis Nonspecific, VAGINOSES BACT, Vaginoses Bacterial, VAGINOSIS BACT, VAGINOSIS BACTERIAL, VAGINOSIS NON SPECIFIC, Synonym/Bacterial vaginosis
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