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When is bacterial vaginosis not bacterial vaginosis?--a case of cervical carcinoma presenting as recurrent vaginal anaerobic infection.
  1. M M Hudson,
  2. J A Tidy,
  3. T A McCulloch,
  4. K E Rogstad
  1. Department of Genitourinary Medicine, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield.


    Vaginal anaerobic infection is the most common cause of vaginal discharge in women. We present a case of recurrent vaginal anaerobic infection and cervical carcinoma and discuss the association of the two conditions. More frequent cytology/colposcopy may be indicated in women who give a history of recurrent or persistent vaginal anaerobic infection.

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