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Vaginal Discharge

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Patient complains of fishy odour and thin white discharge Bacterial vaginosis
Clinical features of BV 1. thin, gray, homogenous discharge 2. presence of clue cells on gram stain
Tests for BV postassium hydroxide whiff test pH of vaginal discharge
BV tx Metronidazole, Clindamycin, tinidazole
Criteria for BV diagnosis Amsel criteria
Components of Amsel criteria 1. presence of clue cells 2. pH greater than 4.5 3. 10% KOH whiff test 4. characteristic appearance thin gray homogenous. need only 3
How may gonorrhea present fever, dysuria, foul smelling PURULENT discharge, dyspareunia, mild abdominal pain
what may you see on gram stain in gonococcal infection intracellular gram negative diplocci
complications of gonoccocal infection PID, urethral strictures, infertility
Created by: IonaDel