ureaplasma in men

Ureaplasma in Men

Ureaplasma in men is an inflammatory disease of the genitourinary tract. This disease refers to sexually transmitted infections. Symptoms are usually absent; the most frequent manifestations are fever of varying severity, urinary disorders, sexual dysfunction and infertility. Diagnosis is based on the detection of the pathogen in the scraping of the urethra, urine or prostate…

ureaplasma infections

Ureaplasma infections

Ureaplasma infections are diseases, mainly of the genitourinary system, caused by different pathogens, but having a similar clinical picture. Men show symptoms of urethritis. In women, they cause symptoms of paraurethritis and vulvitis, the formation of pseudoerosion of the cervix. In the absence of treatment, inflammation quickly turns into a chronic form with periodic exacerbations.…

trichomoniasis

Trichomoniasis

Trichomoniasis is a sexual infection that causes inflammation of the genitourinary system. It is manifested by signs of colpitis, urethritis, cystitis, proctitis. It is often combined with other genital infections: chlamydia, gonorrhea, mycoplasma, candidiasis, etc. In the acute stage, there is abundant vaginal discharge, itching and burning – in women and soreness during urination –…

tertiary syphilis

Tertiary Syphilis

Tertiary syphilis is the third period of syphilis that develops in insufficiently treated patients or patients who have not been treated at all. It is manifested by the formation of syphilitic infiltrates (granulomas) in the skin, mucous membranes, bones and internal organs. Granulomas compress and destroy the tissues in which they are located, which can…

latent syphilis

Latent Syphilis

Latent syphilis is a variant of the development of syphilitic infection, in which no clinical manifestations of the disease are detected, but positive laboratory results for syphilis are observed. The diagnosis is complex and is based on anamnesis data, the results of a thorough examination of the patient, positive specific reactions to syphilis (TPI, RPR…

syphilis eye

Syphilis Eye

Syphilis eye and its appendages is a lesion of the organ of vision caused by infection with pale treponema. The clinical picture is determined by the localization of pathological foci. When the anterior part of the eyes is affected, hard chancres, gummas are detected, which leads to increased lacrimation, pain, hyperemia, photophobia. The symptoms of…

syphilis

Syphilis

Syphilis is a venereal disease that has a long undulating course and affects all organs. The clinic of the disease begins with the occurrence of a solid chancre infection (primary syphiloma) at the site of infection, an increase in regional and then distant lymph nodes. It is characterized by the appearance of syphilitic rashes on…

primary syphilis

Primary Syphilis

Primary syphilis is the first stage of syphilis that occurs after infection with pale treponema and begins with skin manifestations at the site of its introduction. It is characterized by the appearance of a solid chancre (primary syphiloma) on the skin or mucosa, followed by the development of regional lymphangitis and lymphadenitis. When the elements…