angular conjunctivitis

Angular Conjunctivitis

Angular conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eye, the causative agent of which is diplobacillus Morax-Axenfeld. The clinical picture of the disease includes itching and burning in the ocular region, redness of the eyes and eyelids, blurred vision. To confirm the diagnosis, special diagnostic panels, analysis with monoclonal antibodies, biomicroscopy, visometry, cytological…

chancroid

Chancroid

Chancroid is a sexually transmitted infectious disease, less often ‒ with contact and household interactions. Pathognomonic symptoms are considered painful, soft genital or extragenital ulcers, as well as damage to regional lymph nodes. Diagnostic methods for detecting the pathogen are bacterioscopic, cultural, molecular genetic studies. Therapeutic measures for chancroid are reduced to the appointment of…

chlamydia in women

Chlamydia in Women

Chlamydia in women is a urogenital venereal disease caused by chlamydia. More than half of the cases are asymptomatic. With a manifest course or relapse, patients may complain of itching in the vagina, pain during urination, mucous or purulent-mucous whiteness, pain in the lower abdomen, lower back, groin area. With prolonged persistence of the disease,…

chlamydia

Chlamydia

Chlamydia is a group of infections caused by various types of chlamydia. They affect the respiratory, cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, genitourinary systems, organs of vision. Urogenital chlamydia has manifestations of inflammatory diseases: urethritis, prostatitis, cystitis, vulvovaginitis, cervicitis, erosion, endometritis and is detected only by specific diagnostic methods. A characteristic symptom is vitreous discharge from the genitourinary tract.…