(PDF) Group A streptococcal vaginitis: An unrecognized cause of vaginal symptoms in adult women
PubMed Cite this publication. Vaginal infection with group A streptococci GAS is an established cause of vaginitis amongst prepubescent girls, but largely unrecognized in adult women and therefore often misdiagnosed as male stripper luscious pictures candidosis.
Group A streptococcal vaginitis: an unrecognized cause of vaginal symptoms in adult women.
We sought to give an overview of the epidemiology, risk factors, symptoms, signs, and treatment of GAS vaginitis in adult women. We identified nine case vaginal covering 12 patients with documented GAS vulvovaginitis. GAS vulvovaginitis in adult women is often associated with a predisposing factor: In most cases, there is also profuse or copious vaginal discharge which may be watery, yellow, or even purulent.
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