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Clinical and cytological uterine cervix tissue alterations associated with opportunistic pathogenic infections of sexually transmitted diseases

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doi: 10.11138/giog/2018.40.2.068
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The rationale for this study is in the lack of precise data on the role of urogenital opportunistic pathogenic infection in uterine cervix pathologies development. The purpose of the work is to make a clinical laboratory evaluation of the role of urogenital opportunistic pathogenic flora in etiology and pathogenesis of pathological uterine cervix conditions and to identify possible preventive measures to uterine cervix development.
The main method used was clinical laboratory study of uterine cervix cells and tissue condition in 151 patients before and after the treatment, which allowed the Authors to prove the role of urogenital opportunistic pathogenic infection in uterine cervix pathologies development and cells homeostasis disorders. Before the treatment, different uterine cervix pathologies were not identified only in 17.2% of the patients, normal cytogram was observed in 12.6% of patients. After the treatment, uterine cervix pathologies were not identified in 72.9% of patients, normal cytogram was observed in 54.3% of patients, i.e. the number of cured patients increased by more than 4 times. Thus, the role of urogenital opportunistic pathogenic infection in uterine cervix disease development and cells homeostasis disorders was proved. The results of the present study confirmed the role of the urogenital opportunistic pathogenic infection in uterine cervix cells and tissues condition and cells homeostasis disorders, which identified primary preventive measure of cervix neoplasms development. The materials of the present study can be useful for dermatovenerologists and obstetricians that are involved in treatment of patients from the mentioned above category.

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