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Clinical Evaluation of Pentovis in the Treatment of Senile Vaginitis

@article{Roddie1964ClinicalEO,
  title={Clinical Evaluation of Pentovis in the Treatment of Senile Vaginitis},
  author={T. Roddie},
  journal={The Ulster Medical Journal},
  year={1964},
  volume={33},
  pages={62 - 63}
}
  • T. Roddie
  • Published 1964
  • Medicine
  • The Ulster Medical Journal
SENILE vaginitis is a distressing condition frequently encountered in gynxcological practice. It is an atrophy of the vaginal mucosa occurring usually at the time of the menopause. The thin mucosa becomes very prone to infection and often small superficial areas of granulation or ulceration develop. The common symptoms complained of are vulval pruritis, burning, and soreness. Also a rather thin discharge may be noticed and this can be bloodstained. In the later stages contraction of the vaginal… Expand

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