Introduction. The research covers an analysis on prevalence and etiological structure of inflammatory diseases of pelvic organs in women on the example of the Khorezm region. Methods of research. Bacteriological, immunological and statistical research methods were applied in conducting of this study. The object of the research was 304 women of reproductive age with inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs living in the Khorezm region. Results and discussion. A comparative characteristic of the basic biological properties of the sown strain and pathogenicity factors were determined. Besides, the degree of sensitivity to the antimicrobial medicines was found, as well as the main etiological agents (causative agents) of inflammatory disease of the pelvic organs in women and their relationship with infections of the genital tract were identified. Conclusion. In 273 patients positive samples (89.8%) of antibodies titer to the antigens Mycoplasma spp, Chlamydia spp, CMV, HSV 1,2, T.gondi, U.urealyticum were found. In most cases, positive antibody titer samples were for antigens Mycoplasma spp, Chlamydia spp, relatively few positive antibody titer samples for T.gondi and U.urealyticum antigens were detected.
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Mirtazaev, Omon M.; Matnazarova, Gulbahor S.; Bryantseva, Elena V.; and Abdirimova, Aziza D.
"INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF PELVIC ORGANS IN WOMEN (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE KHOREZM REGION),"
Central Asian Journal of Medicine: Vol. 2020
, Article 6.
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