Bacterial colonization of female reproductive tract in genital prolapse (preliminary results)

YL Naboka, AN Rymashevskiy, MI Kogan, OA Boravleva, ES Nikitina
2014 Medical Council  
For many years, prolapse of internal reproductive organs in women has been quite a common gynecological disease [1, 2, 4, 11-13] often requiring surgical correction. The incidence of genital prolapse (56.3%) is highest at the age of 50 and above, however recently the disease has tended to become younger. Women under 45 years constitute 30-37.5% of genital prolapse patients, women under 30 years old - 10.1-12.3%. Severe forms of the disease have prevailed over the recent years, involving
more » ... , involving adjacent organs and deterioration of their function [4].
doi:10.21518/2079-701x-2014-19-53-55 doaj:ce03a40d7c044193947efa03057f7b21 fatcat:x2yzhicwuvdzfaygcyytel7zc4