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When the microbial balance of the vagina is disrupted, leading to overgrowth of resident bacteria without necessarily causing inflammation, the condition is called _____.


Explain the difference between a sexually transmitted infection and a sexually transmitted disease.


In the figure shown here, where would cystitis occur?

1) a structure on top of structure 2. (2) a brown structure that is approximately oval shaped with an indent in one side. (3) a yellow tube coming from 2. (4) blue tube leading to 2. (5) red tube leading to (2). (6) bones in the region. (7) sac that 3 feeds into. (8) tube out of 7.

What is pyuria?


Compare gonococcal and nongonoccocal urethritis with respect to their symptoms and the pathogens that cause each disease.


Is it true that human papillomaviruses can always be detected by the presence of genital warts?


How is neonatal herpes transmitted?


Name three organisms (a bacterium, a fungus, and a protozoan) that are associated with vaginitis.

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