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Study of the microbiota of the urogenital tract of womenсof a reproductive age with inflammatory diseases of small pelvic organs under the conditions of out -patient department

[Abstracts]
Vladimir Baturin; Roberta Boshyan;

The composition of the microflora of the urogenital tract of 153 women of reproductive age with inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs was studied in the polyclinic conditions of the city of Stavropol. The study showed that the microbiocenosis of the vagina in women has a wide range of species composition, high rates of bacterial contamination, a high percentage of microbial associations.

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Keywords: inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs, microbiocenosis, microflora of the urogenital tract, bacterial associations


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