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3. The consequences of inflammatory diseases.

Long-existing infectious diseases are often the cause of emotional instability in women. They also bring disharmony into sex life. In the end, all inflammatory diseases of the female genital organs lead to serious reproductive health problems.



The consequences of untreated inflammatory diseases are very diverse and extensive. But, in any case, they are negative and disappointing. So, untreated vaginitis seriously increases the risk of complications such as spontaneous miscarriage, premature birth, premature discharge of amniotic fluid, intrauterine infection of the fetus with infections that caused inflammation.



In the postpartum period, imbalance in the vaginal microflora is a good reason for the development of complications - metroendometritis, peritonitis, and sepsis.
In addition, microorganisms can be transmitted to the newborn during childbirth and cause, in turn, a huge range of different inflammatory diseases. Also, these infections will negatively determine in the future the formation of the intestinal microflora of the newborn, its resistance to various pathogenic factors.



It is impossible to underestimate the inflammatory diseases of women. They are able to be transmitted in utero and in childbirth. And the underestimation of the role of infections becomes more apparent if we analyze the nature of diseases of newborns. Herpes, mycoplasmosis and chlamydia today occupy a leading place as the cause of infectious and inflammatory diseases in infants.
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3. The consequences of inflammatory diseases.

  1. Inflammatory diseases
    The inflammatory genesis of miscarriage is due to the peculiarities of the penetration of microorganisms through the placenta to the fetus from maternal blood. The presence of microorganisms in the mother may be asymptomatic or accompanied by characteristic signs of an inflammatory disease. Often, the pathogen, passing through the placenta, causes the development of placentitis with certain histopathological
  2. Idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease
    The group of inflammatory bowel lesions of unknown origin currently includes two diseases: Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. These diseases have a lot in common, so they were combined into one group. Both of them are chronic, recurrent, inflammatory diseases of unknown origin. Crohn's disease is a granulomatous disease that can
  3. Cancer and inflammatory bowel disease
    Patients with chronic inflammatory diseases of the colon are at increased risk of developing cancer. But the degree of risk has not yet been determined. A study conducted by British scientists covered 624 patients with inflammatory bowel diseases and found that only 3.5% of patients developed colon and rectal cancer, although the predicted number was 7 times greater. Diagnosis
  4. Idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease.
    Idiopathic chronic inflammatory bowel disease - Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. The latter in Russian-language literature is designated as ulcerative colitis. Crohn's disease is an inflammatory disease involving all layers of the intestinal wall in the process and is characterized by an intermittent (segmental) nature of the lesion of various parts of the gastrointestinal
  5. INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE NANOLAIN SINAS
    Inflammatory diseases of the paranasal sinuses (sinusitis) are among the most common diseases of the upper respiratory tract. According to the literature, patients with sinusitis make up about 1/3 of the total number of hospitals hospitalized in ENT (Kozlov M.Ya., 1985; Soldatov IB, 1990; Piskunov GZ et al., 1992; Aref'eva N.A. , 1994). The foci of inflammation in the paranasal sinuses can be a source
  6. INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF FEMALE GENITAL ORGANS
    The problem of inflammatory processes of the genitals has always been the focus of attention of obstetrician-gynecologists for the following reasons: • in frequency they occupy the first place in gynecology; • their consequences are very diverse and include various violations of the menstrual and reproductive functions (infertility, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy), as well as general organ damage involving
  7. Female genital inflammatory diseases
    Inflammatory diseases of the female genital organs (VZPO) occupy the first place in the structure of gynecological diseases. About 40% of gynecological patients in the hospital have VZPO. The cause of all inflammatory diseases of the genitals are microbes, which most often enter the body of a woman through sexual contact. Pathogens can also spread by the lymphogenous, hematogenous route,
  8. Infectious and inflammatory diseases of the urinary system
    The group of infectious and inflammatory diseases of the urinary system is the most frequent and studied among the nephropathies that occur in newborns and young children. The share of infectious and inflammatory diseases of the urinary system accounts for most of the nosological forms of nephropathy in childhood. Difficulties in determining the localization of the pathological process, especially in newborns
  9. Genital inflammatory diseases
    Inflammatory diseases of the female genital organs are the most common gynecological pathology. They most often become the main cause of infertility in women. These diseases, caused by various microorganisms, arise as a result of infectious processes in the urethra, vulva (woman’s external genital organs), vagina, uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. Usually,
  10. Inflammatory diseases of the nasal cavity
    Consideration of inflammatory diseases of the nasal cavity must be preceded by a summary of a number of fundamental principles contained in the capital work of V.I. Voyacheka "Fundamentals of Otorhinolaryngology" (1953), many of which have not lost their significance at present. Inflammatory diseases of the nose V.I. Voyachek suggests considering as a reactive response of the mucous membrane and
  11. Purulent-inflammatory postpartum diseases
    Postpartum infectious diseases - diseases observed in puerperas, directly related to pregnancy and childbirth and due to bacterial infection. Infectious diseases detected in the postpartum period, but pathogenetically not associated with pregnancy and childbirth (flu, dysentery, etc.), are not assigned to the group of postpartum diseases. ETHIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS
  12. Purulent-inflammatory postpartum diseases
    Postpartum infectious diseases - diseases observed in puerperas, directly related to pregnancy and childbirth and due to bacterial infection. Infectious diseases detected in the postpartum period, but pathogenetically not associated with pregnancy and childbirth (flu, dysentery, etc.), are not assigned to the group of postpartum diseases. ETHIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS
  13. ACUTE INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF FEMALE GENITALS
    Inflammatory diseases of the female genitalia are caused by pyogenic flora (staphylococci, streptococci, gonococci), Escherichia coli, anaerobic microorganisms, viruses, clostridia, chlamydia, etc. The anatomical structure of the female genital organs, specific functions of the female body, diagnostic and therapeutic intrauterine procedures, various
  14. Inflammatory myocardial diseases (myocarditis) in newborns
    DEFINITION Myocarditis is an inflammatory disease of the heart muscle of an infectious, toxic-infectious, infectious-allergic, autoimmune and toxic etiology, characterized by an increase in the heart (cardiomegaly) and heart failure. In domestic literature, the term “cardit” is more often used, which is argued by the characteristics of the spread of the inflammatory process in childhood and frequent
  15. Chronic inflammatory diseases
    Chronic pharyngitis. Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the pharynx is sluggish, manifested by an unstable sensation of pain, dryness and discomfort in the pharynx, and rapid fatigue of the voice. Often this happens when exposed to domestic and professional factors, including alcohol, smoking, air pollution by dust (especially cement), caustic chemicals. In recent years, the impact of
  16. ACUTE INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE LUNGS (PNEUMONIA)
    Acute pneumonia is a group of acute etiological, pathogenesis and morphological characteristics of acute infectious inflammatory diseases of the lungs with a primary lesion of the respiratory departments and the presence of intra-alveolar exudate. Most commonly caused by bacteria, mycoplasmas and viruses. According to clinical and morphological features, croupous (lobar) pneumonia is distinguished,
  17. Inflammatory diseases of the ENT organs
    The most common inflammatory diseases of the ENT organs are represented by the following nosological forms: nasal boil, acute otitis media, acute sinusitis, paratonsillitis, pharyngeal abscess, laryngeal tonsillitis, phlegmonous laryngitis. The clinical significance of these diseases lies in the fact that they can occur both in latent and fulminant forms, accompanied by serious complications.
  18. Inflammatory diseases of the middle ear
    Pathological processes that occur in various parts of the middle ear are very diverse. The polymorphism of pathogenesis depends on the characteristics of the anatomy and physiology of this organ, pathological agent, immunological condition, etc. Depending on the duration of the disease, acute and chronic processes are distinguished, in relation to the stages of inflammation - catarrhal, serous and purulent forms
  19. Inflammatory and necrotic diseases
    Acute mastitis and abscess. In the first weeks of feeding a baby, cracks often occur in the breast nipple, which become the entrance gate for infections ascending along the ducts and affecting the mammary glands. In addition, eczema or some other dermatological disease (see chapter 25) that affects the skin of the chest can serve as the entry gate for infection. Most common microbial
  20. L.V. Akker, G.V. Nemtseva. Inflammatory Diseases of Ginetalia, 2009
    The training manual reflects the issues of etiopathogenesis, the distribution of specific and non-specific inflammatory processes. A description of normal microflora is given, the questions of diagnosis and treatment of various forms of inflammatory processes are reflected in detail, modern treatment and rehabilitation schemes are presented. Recommended for students, interns, clinical practitioners and
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