HPV 6 & 11
HPV 16 & 18
Neisseria gonorrhoeae, A diplococcus: grown in pairs, 2-7 days Incubation, Routes of infection, Intercourse, oral-genital contact, Mother->baby during birth, Unprotected intercourse --> 60% risk of infection!
DIAGNOSTICS, Sampling, No urination during the last 2 hours!, MEN: urethral sample, WOMEN: urethral & cervical sample
TREATMENT, New node
MANIFESTATIONS, BOTH SEXES, Urethritis, Proctitis, Pharyngitis, Conjunctivitis, Men, Epididymitis, prostatitis, Women, Cervicitis, bartolinitis, endometritis, PID/salpingitis, perihepatitis
Chlamydia Trachomatis, Gram neg coccus, Intracellular parasite, 1-3 weeks incubation, Modes of infection, Mucus contact, Intercourse, Birth delivery
COMPLICATIONS, BOTH SEXES, Conjunctivitis, Proctitis, Reiter syndrome, (Urethritis + Arthritis + Uveitis), MEN, Urethritis, Prostatitis, Epididymitis, WOMEN, Cervicitis, Endometritis, Salpingitis, INFERTILITY, Not fully investigated!, 10-20% risk increase at 1st salpingitis, The risk doubles when re-infected!, CHILDREN, Pneumonia, Obstructive lung disease
SYMTOMS, BOTH SEXES, Urethritis, About half have no symtoms!, MEN, 90% have microscopic urethritis, "Burning" miction - common!, WOMEN, Cervicitis with flux
REPORTING, According to Swedish Smittskyddslag., Information to patient!, Its illegal to spread infections, Infection traceback
TREATMENT, Tetracycline (Doxyferm), 7-10 days, No effect? Try a macrolide (Ery-Max), Pregnant patient?, Amoxicillin 500mg x3 for 7 days
Sample from urethra/cervix & vagina, For gonorrhoea and chlamydia, the cervix swab is placed in the urine sample.
ALWAYS: Chlamydia, Gonorrea, Mycoplasma Genitalium
OPTIONAL: HIV, Hep B, Syphilis
Hello! Glad you found this map. Before you start, please know that this mindmap on Venereology is based on swedish standards on routine testing, disease reporting and so forth. If you live in another country, please keep this in mind. /The author
HISTORY, "The French disease", In France: "The Italian disease", 1500's: Outbreak in Europe, 1905: Treponema Pallidum is identified, 1906: Wasserman test is developed, 1943: Penicillin used for treatment
STAGES:, Primary, The 2 first years after first infection!, Secondary, Late stages, "Healing" (60%) ←, Tertiary syphilis ←, Benign Syphilis, Often in skin and skeleton, "Benign" = no vital organ engagement, Gumma scar, =Syphilitic granulomas in the skin or other living organs, Cardiovascular syphilis, 15-20 years after first infection., Aortitis + destructive endarteritis in the aortic walls' vasa vasorum, Neurosyphilis, 10-20 years after first infection., Develops faster at AIDS/HIV-infection
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