alexa Severe Vaginal Stenosis Simulating a Transverse Septum with Huge Hematocolpos in an Hiv-patient: How to Make a Break in the Wall?

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Severe Vaginal Stenosis Simulating a Transverse Septum with Huge Hematocolpos in an Hiv-patient: How to Make a Break in the Wall?

Introduction: Vaginal infections are the most commonly reported condition among women with HIV/AIDS and such infections often represent the most common initial manifestation of the illness. As a consequence, post-infective early and late complications are frequently reported in these patients. Vaginal stenosis has been reported as a rare late complication of severe vaginal infections.

 

citation: omicsgroup.org/journals/severe-vaginal-stenosis-simulating-a-transverse-septum-with-huge-hematocolpos-in-an-hivpatient-how-to-make-a-break-in-the-wall-2165-7920.1000S1-003.php

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