Contemporary technicqes in diagnostic patients with vaginal microbiota


Authors: D. Leško 1;  V. Buchta 2,4;  M. Salavec 3;  P. Jílek 4;  J. Kestřánek 1;  A. Drbohlavová 2;  J. Špaček 1
Authors‘ workplace: Porodnická a gynekologická klinika FN, Hradec Králové, přednosta doc. MUDr. J. Špaček, Ph. D., IFEPAG 1;  Ústav klinické mikrobiologie LF UK a FN, Hradec Králové, přednostka doc. MUDr. H. Žemličková, Ph. D. 2;  Klinika nemocí kožních a pohlavních FN, Hradec Králové, přednosta doc. MUDr. M. Salavec, CSc. 3;  Katedra biologických a lékařských věd FaF UK, Hradec Králové, vedoucí doc. PharmDr. P. Nachtigal, Ph. D. 4
Published in: Čes. Gynek.2017, 82, č. 2 s. 152-157

Overview

Objective:
Review of literature dealing with the specificity of the vagina from the standpoint of microbial colonization.

Design:
Literature review.

Setting:
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Department of Clinical Microbiology, University Hospital and Medical Faculty in Hradec Kralove, Charles University Prague.

Methods:
Analysis of the literature review and personal experience dealing with vaginal microbiota.

Keywords:
vaginal microbiota, lactobacilli, yeasts, asymptomatic carrier state


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