gonorrhea --- Mucopurulent vaginal discharge.
vaginalis---Profuse foaming purulent, sometimes greenish vaginal
discharge. Non-specific vaginitis --- Yellowish homogenous vaginal discharge.
It is caused by anaerobes and G. vaginalis C. albicans --- whitish curd-like vaginal discharge with itching and erythema of vulva. Laboratory diagnosis: Specimen: Vaginal discharge Wet mount: . Clue cells i.e., distorted vaginal epithelial cells coated heavily with gram-negative coccobacilli which are diagnostic of infection with G. vaginalis.
Gram stain, identification.
. Yeast cells or psedohyphae which indicates infection with C. albicans. . Motile T. vaginalis culture, biochemical and serology for species
gonorrhea ----- Ceftriaxone, Ciprofloxacin
trachomatis, U. urelyticum and M. homonis ---- Tetracycline
vaginalis, G. vaginalis and anaerobes ---- Metronidazole
albicans ------ Nystatin, Myconazole, Clotrimazole