Synonyms for genitalis or Related words with genitalis

labialis              gladiatorum              progenitalis              simplextesticle              simplexperineum              nodessimian              herpetica              orolabial              gestationis              vericella              exanthem              virusherpes              moluscum              zooster              virusantigens              subitum              ophthalmicus              mulluscum              gingivostomatitis              poxvaricella              gestationes              simplexvagina              virusmeasles              herpesherpes              varizella              viruspoxvirusyellow              gynatresia              causalgic              molluscum              nubuthian              roseolovirus              virusmumps              papillomata              infectiousdays              zoster              coxsackieviruses              viruschicken              virusmarburg              rugbeiorum              condyloma              virusparainfluenza              contagiosa              vaccinatum              paronychial              rubeola              rubiviruses              bacteriab              contagiosum              taterapox              chelitis             



Examples of "genitalis"
After approximately 80% of first episodes of herpes genitalis caused by HSV-2, there will be at least one recurrence, while the recurrence rate for herpes genitalis caused by HSV-1 is approximately 50%. Herpes genitalis caused by HSV-2 recurs on average four to six times per year, while that of HSV-1 infection occurs only about once per year.
Hyposmocoma genitalis is a species of moth of the family Cosmopterigidae. It is endemic to Maui.
Graphidivalva is a genus of moths belonging to the family Tineidae. It contains only one species, Graphidivalva genitalis, which is found in South Africa.
It is the location where some males may develop Hirsuties papillaris genitalis, or "pearly penile papules", a common and harmless condition.
Primary herpes simplex infection, when occurring in pregnant women, has an increased risk of dissemination and hepatitis, an otherwise rare complication in immunocompetent adults, particularly during the third trimester. Also, recurrences of herpes genitalis increase in
A similar expression, vestibular papillomatosis of the vulva or "hirsuties papillaris vulvae", occurs in females and similarly can be misinterpreted as an outbreak of the HPV infection. Like hirsuties papillaris genitalis, it is a normal variation on human anatomy.
Other cancerous lesions in the differential diagnosis include Paget's disease of the vulva and vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN). Non-cancerous vulvar diseases include lichen sclerosus, squamous cell hyperplasia, and vulvar vestibulitis. A number of diseases cause infectious lesions including herpes genitalis, human papillomavirus, syphilis, chancroid, granuloma inguinale, and lymphogranuloma venereum.
While hirsuties papillaris genitalis pose no risk to a male's health, some men or their sexual partners may consider them aesthetically displeasing. There are several medical ways to remove them. Like any elective medical procedure, there is always some risk of unexpected consequences, so doctors advise against their removal unless they are causing a patient serious problems.
Some modern commentators have elaborated on the "Genita" and "Mana" qualifiers, to suggest she were a goddess who could determine whether infants were born alive or dead. Others have suggested that Horace may be referring to this goddess when he mentions a goddess Genitalis in the "Carmen Saeculare" (line 16.). Some have compared it to the Oscan "Deiua Geneta" (birth goddess), while still others deem that "Genita Mana" may be only a vague epithet like Bona Dea rather than an actual theonym.
Carbon dioxide lasers have become useful in surgical procedures because water (which makes up most biological tissue) absorbs this frequency of light very well. Some examples of medical uses are laser surgery and skin resurfacing ("laser facelifts", which essentially consist of vaporizing the skin to promote collagen formation). CO lasers may be used to treat certain skin conditions such as hirsuties papillaris genitalis by removing bumps or podules. CO lasers can be used to remove vocal fold lesions, such as vocal fold cysts. Researchers in Israel are experimenting with using CO lasers to weld human tissue, as an alternative to traditional sutures.
In Freudian psychology, psychosexual development is a central element of the psychoanalytic sexual drive theory, that human beings, from birth, possess an instinctual libido (sexual energy) that develops in five stages. Each stagethe oral, the anal, the phallic, the latent, and the genitalis characterized by the erogenous zone that is the source of the libidinal drive. Sigmund Freud proposed that if the child experienced sexual frustration in relation to any psychosexual developmental stage, he or she would experience anxiety that would persist into adulthood as a neurosis, a functional mental disorder.
The sacrifice itself took place within the Tarentum "ad Nixas", probably an altar to the deities of birth "(di nixi)", invoked as "Ilithyis" and given a nocturnal sacrifice in 17 BC at the Saecular Games, which originated at the site as the "ludi tarentini". According to Festus, the "ludi tarentini" were instituted in honor of Mars under Tarquinius Superbus. Birth deities appear both in the epigraphic record of the 17 BC games and prominently in Horace's "Carmen Saeculare", composed for the occasion and performed by a children's choir: "In accordance with rite, open up full-term births, Ilithyia: watch over mothers and keep them calm, whether you are best called Lucina or Genitalis".
Although it is not related to any pathological condition, hirsuties papillaris genitalis is occasionally mistaken for HPV warts. There are also home remedies for "curing" it. Some of the "home remedies" found on the Internet and elsewhere use mild ointments or creams to soften the papules, but others are physically dangerous techniques for papule removal which can result in permanent genital mutilation. Rapini "et al." advise that, since dermatologists have safe, effective ways to remove the papules if desired, home remedies involving corrosive substances or self-surgery should be avoided, since they can permanently damage sexual functioning. Rapini "et al." further state that removal should only be performed by a physician using proven medical techniques.