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Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available Antecedentes: It has been proposed that the intrauterine period of child-mother exposure to hormonally active compounds endocrine disruptors is of critical importance. Su frecuencia en nuestro medio es znquiloglosia escasa.

The book in direct diagnosis in radiology, urogenital imaging, includes information concerning definition, imaging signs and clinical aspects on the following topics: An overview is provided for veterinary care of urogenital tumors in companion animals, especially the dog.

Neoplasms discussed include tumors of the kidney, urinary bladder, prostate, testis, ovary, vagina, vulva and the canine transmissible venereal tumor. Topics addressed include description, diagnosis and treatment. Datos complementarios fueron obtenidos mediante una encuesta Datos complementarios fueron obtenidos mediante una encue Urogenital tuberkulose hos danskere. Extrapulmonary tuberculosis is rare in natives of Denmark, who are not exposed to risk factors, such as homelessness and drug or alcohol abuse.

Two patients diagnosed with anqquiloglosia urogenital tuberculosis are reported Urogenital system diseases’s radiological evaluation.

Radiological urogenital radiography reliability, can be compromised because of absence of anqjiloglosia correct urodynamic diagnosis. It is then required that specialist radiologists know the problems concerning the urogenital system radiographies cannot be made in many cases, because of the scarcity in hospitals of idoneous urodynamic services. A las madres de ambos grupos se les determinaron snquiloglosia niveles de plaguicidas organoclorados. Blood samples from both groups of mothers were used to determine the organochlorine pesticide levels.

Cryptorchidism was diagnosed at birth by a neonatologist. The results showed that the organochlorine pesticide residues were found in the serum lipids of both groups of mothers. Nis median serum lipid levels mgkg-1 lipid-based were statistically higher for the metabolites pp’DDT 0. Full Text Available The Goldenhar syndrome oculo-auriculo-vertebral anquiloglosiz or 1st and 2nd branchial arch syndrome is a com-plex of craniofacial anomalies. It has been associated with anomalies in other systems and anuiloglosia abnormalities of the urogenital system.

We present a case of Goldenhar syn-drome with multiple renal anomalies and a urogenital si-nus, which has not been reported anqiloglosia. Urogenital Applications of Probiotic Bacteria. The urogenital tract extends from the perineal skin close to the anus, to the vulva, vagina, cervix, uterus, urethra, bladder and kidneys. The uterus, bladder and kidneys are regarded as being sterile, although it will not be surprising if molecular techniques discover that this is not necessarily the case.

The importance of the urogenital tract in the health of women cannot be understated.

Given its proximity to potential pathogens emerging from the rectum, exposure to sexually transmitted organisms, hormonal fluctuations that affect cells, use of tampons, contraceptives and douches, and the birthing process, it is remarkable that this area is not constantly infected. Nevertheless, it has been estimated that almost every female will have a vaginal or bladder infection at some point in her life.

To improve the approach to the diagnosis and management of urogenital tuberculosis UGTBwe need clear and unique classification.


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UGTB remains an important problem, especially in developing countries, but it is often an overlooked disease. As with any other infection, UGTB should aqnuiloglosia cured by antibacterial therapy, but because of late diagnosis it may often require surgery.

Scientific literature dedicated to this problem was critically analyzed and juxtaposed with the author’s own more than 30 years’ experience in tuberculosis urology.

The conception, terms and definition were consolidated into one system; classification stage by stage as well as complications are presented. Classification of any disease includes dispersion on forms and stages and exact definitions for each stage.

Clinical features and symptoms significantly vary between different forms and stages of UGTB. A simple diagnostic algorithm was constructed. UGTB is multivariant disease and a standard unified approach to it is impossible. Clear definition as well as unique classification are necessary for real estimation of epidemiology and the optimization of therapy. The term ‘UGTB’ has insufficient information in order to estimate therapy, surgery and prognosis, or to evaluate the epidemiology.

Diffuse symptoms in the urogenital region can frequently be explained by somatization disorders. Since they cannot be proven either by laboratory tests or with common technical diagnostic methods, somatization disorders should always be taken into consideration. Somatization disorders are to be considered functional disorders. Since somatization disorders due to muscular tension prevail in the urogenital region, the functional disturbance can be explained by the muscular tension.

Subsequently, muscular tension causes the pathophysiological development of symptoms. As a rule they appear as myofascial pain or disorder. Muscular tension can have a psychic origin. The absence of urological findings is typical. Males and females between the ages of 16 and 75 can be affected by somatization disorders in the urogenital region. Somatization disorders due to muscular tension belong to the large group of symptoms due to tension.

Diagnostic and therapeutic procedures as well as the pathophysiology of somatization disorders due to muscular tension are illustrated by two detailed case-reports. Screening on urogenital Chlamydia trachomatis. Full Text Available Introduction: Around 92 million urogenital infections are caused yearly by Chlamydia trachomatis worldwide [1].

The overall incidence of sexually transmitted diseases is increasing, as shown by the increases in the number of reported cases of syphilis and gonorrhea [2].

Chlamydia trachomatis infections are associated with various serious diseases in women, men and newborns, which could be, at least partially, avoided by means of early diagnosis and therapy. The Federal Joint Committee – responsible for decision-making concerning the benefit package of the German Social Health Insurance – has publicly announced the starting of deliberations on the issue of screening for Chlamydia trachomatis.

The leading question to be answered is whether screening for Chlamydia trachomatis should be included in the German benefit basket. The aim of this report is to provide a summary of the available evidence concerning the issue of screening for Chlamydia trachomatis.

The summary of published scientific evidence, including HTA reports, systematic reviews, guidelines and primary research is represented. The synthesis follows the structure given by the criteria of Wilson and Jungner [3] for the introduction of screening in a population: A literature search was conducted for each aspect of the synthesis and the evidence has been summarised in evidence tables.

In addition, we identified four guidelines from Northamerica [9], [10], [11], [12] and one from Europe [13].

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A total of 56 primary research publications were included: Vesicovaginal fistula presenting as urogenital prolapse. Bladder anquilogoosia trauma; urogenital ; Physical examination revealed a moderately obese woman with a body mass index of In our case, there was a history of direct trauma Total urogenital sinus mobilization for ambiguous genitalia.

Genital ambiguity is a very common phenomenon in disorders of sex development DSD. According to the Chicago Consensusfeminizing genitoplasty, when indicated, should be performed in the most virilized cases Prader III to V. Advances in the knowledge of genital anatomy in DSD have enabled the development and improvement of various surgical techniques.

However, the proximity of the urethral sphincter prompts concern over urinary incontinence, especially for full mobilization of the urogenital sinus.

To retrospectively evaluate the short-term surgical results of feminizing genitoplasty with total mobilization of the urogenital sinus in patients with DSD. Review of medical records of all patients undergoing feminizing genitoplasty with mobilization of the urogenital sinus. We evaluated the rates of complications from surgery and of urinary incontinence, as well as cosmetic results, according to the opinion of the surgeon and the family.

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A total of 8 patients were included in the study. The mean age at surgery was 51months. Congenital adrenal hyperplasia CAH was diagnosed in six patients, and gonadal dysgenesis in the other two. The vagina was separated from the urethra, with suitable distance in all cases. No patient had urinary incontinence after surgery. The mean follow-up of patients was. In all cases, surgeons recorded being satisfied with the aesthetic result of post-surgical genitalia. The family was recorded as satisfied with the aesthetic result aqnuiloglosia the genitalia nio surgery.

In every case, there was no need for a second surgical procedure. The total mobilization of the urogenital sinus is a feasible and safe technique. The technique permits good cosmetic results, aanquiloglosia urinary incontinence is absent. This program is one of the best educational programs the purpose of which consists in education of maximum good quality, free of marketing and advertisement accessible to roentgenologists ajquiloglosia all the countries.

Microbiologic picture of microflora offemale urogenital organs. Full Text Available In this report authors give a detailed analysis of microorganisms that can contaminate mucous membranes anquilogposia female urogenital system in normal range and in the formation of certain dysbiotic position. The composition of microorganisms that colonize the mucous membrane of the urogenital tract depends on many exogenous and endogenous factors. The main microorganisms that provide anquiooglosia resistance of vaginal biotop VB are lactobacilli and lactobacteria.

The protective properties of lactobacillus are implemented by antagonistic activity and ability to produce lysozyme and hydrogen peroxide. Saprophyticus novobionrezistentni and Streptococcus spp.

Decreasing number of lactobacilli and other microorganisms of normobiota leads to colonization of mucous membranes of the vagina with G.

The authors show microscopic and bacteriological characteristics of microorganisms that form normal microbiota and pathological states. The development of basic subjects promotes increasing number of the known microorganisms, important in the development of VB. Lymphangioma involving the urogenital system in childhood.