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Vulvar and perivulvar infection of bacterial pathogenesis

Vulvar and perivulvar infection of bacterial pathogenesis Paola Salzano –  Scientific coordinator of the “Vulva Forum” Naples   paola.salzano@gmail.com DOI: 10.53146/lriog1202115 Abstract Why are women vulnerable to bacterial infectious disease of the vulvar and perivulvar area? What kind of medical history and physical examination must be performed to arrive at a […]

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Regenerative vulvo-vaginal laser

Regenerative vulvo-vaginal laser: when, why, when Filippo Murina –  Lower Genital Tract Pathology Service, V. Buzzi Hospital – University of Milan filippomurina577@gmail.com DOI: 10.53146/lriog1202114 Abstract The use of lasers to treat gynaecological conditions including genitourinary syndrome of the menopause (GSM) has become increasingly popular over recent years. The evidence suggests laser […]

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Staphylococcus aureus vulvitis

Staphylococcus aureus vulvitis: an insidious infection that stresses the importance of appropriate intimate hygiene Alessandra Grazziottin1,2 – , Elena Boero1 –  1 – Alessandra Graziottin Foundation for the treatment of pain in women – Onlus 2 – Gynecology and Medical Sexology Center, H. San Raffaele Resnati, Milan Corresponding author: Alessandra Graziottin direzione@studiograziottin.it DOI: […]

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Syphilis: why the disease is more insidious in women

Syphilis: why the disease is more insidious in women Alessandra Grazziottin1,2 – , Elena Boero1 –  1 – Alessandra Graziottin Foundation for the treatment of pain in women – Onlus 2 – Gynecology and Medical Sexology Center, H. San Raffaele Resnati, Milan Corresponding author: Alessandra Graziottin direzione@studiograziottin.it DOI: 10.53146/lriog1202112 Abstract Why should syphilis […]

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Vulvar herpes: clinics and therapy

Vulvar herpes: clinics and therapy Stefano Astorino –  Operational unit of dermatology and stds – “Celio” Military Polyclinic, Rome stefano.astorino.sa@gmail.com DOI: 10.53146/lriog1202111 Abstract Most young people with erosive-ulcerative-genital lesions (“Genital Ulcer Disease”) have genital herpes (prevalence 5-40%), sometimes associated with syphilis or other sexually transmitted diseases, with a significant risk of co-infection with […]

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