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Status of common parasitic diseases in Korea in 2019

Huh S

This study aimed to determine the status of common parasitic disease in Korea in 2019. Twelve parasitic diseases were selected: toxocariasis, anisakiasis, paragonimiasis, sparganosis, cysticercosis, toxoplasmosis, clonorchiasis, enterobiasis, trichuriasis, trichomoniasis,...
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Treatment modalities for recurrent high-grade vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia

Bogani G, Ditto A, Ferla S, Paolini B, Lombardo C, Lorusso D, Raspagliesi F

OBJECTIVE: We have investigated outcomes of women presenting with recurrent high-grade vaginal intra-epithelial neoplasia. METHODS: Data of consecutive women diagnosed with recurrent high-grade vaginal intra-epithelial neoplasia after primary treatment(s) were retrieved....
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Rejuvenation Using Platelet-rich Plasma and Lipofilling for Vaginal Atrophy and Lichen Sclerosus

Kim SH, Park ES, Kim TH

Vaginal atrophy is a common condition among peri- and post-menopausal women. Symptoms of vaginal dryness, pruritus, irritation, loss of subcutaneous fat, sparse pubic hair and dyspareunia occur due to decreased...
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Probiotics in the Prevention and Treatment of Postmenopausal Vaginal Infections: Review Article

Kim JM, Park YJ

Bacterial vaginosis (BV) and complicated vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC) are frequently occurring vaginal infections in postmenopausal women, caused by an imbalance in vaginal microflora. Postmenopausal women suffer from decreased ovarian hormones...
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Impact of vaginal cylinder diameter on outcomes following brachytherapy for early stage endometrial cancer

Qian JM, Stahl JM, Young MR, Ratner E, Damast S

OBJECTIVE: To examine the outcomes (tolerability, toxicity, and recurrence) of vaginal brachytherapy (VBT) among endometrial cancer (EC) patients treated with small cylinder size. METHODS: Patients with EC who received adjuvant VBT...
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The Growth Inhibition Effect on the Bacterial Vaginosis Causative Bacteria by Citric Acid and Trisodium Phosphate

Yang NW, Sihn WJ

Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most frequent vaginal disease being apt to relapse. The growth inhibition effect of the mixture of citric acid (CA) and trisodium phosphate (TSP) on BV...
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Role of vaginal pallor reaction in predicting late vaginal stenosis after high-dose-rate brachytherapy in treatment-naive patients with cervical cancer

Yoshida K, Yamazaki H, Nakamura S, Masui K, Kotsuma T, Akiyama H, Tanaka E, Yoshikawa , Uesugi Y, Shimbo T, Narumi Y, Yoshioka Y

OBJECTIVE: To assess actual rates of late vaginal stenosis and identify predisposing factors for complications among patients with previously untreated cervical cancer following high-dose-rate brachytherapy. METHODS: We performed longitudinal analyses of...
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A Gartner duct cyst of the vagina causing dysuria and dyschezia in a Yorkshire Terrier

Kim HJ, Kim JK, Choi JH, Jang JY, Ban HJ, Seo JM, Lee MJ, Choi HY, Kim MK, Kim HW

A 5 year-old, intact female Yorkshire terrier was referred for dysuria and dyschezia. The radiographic and ultrasound examination showed a round shaped mass caudal to the urinary bladder that contained...
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Live female Enterobius vermicularis in the posterior fornix of the vagina of a Korean woman

Chung DI, Kong HH, Yu HS, Kim J, Cho CR

A 33-year-old Korean woman, para 2. visited an obstetrics and gynecology clinic, Kumi-shi, Kyongsangbuk-do, due to postcoital spotting and flank pain. She had a tubal ligation 7 years before and...
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