Vol. 3, Issue 10 (2014)
Genital biotope in infertile women with cervical intraepithelial neoplasia
The article presents the characteristics of genital biotope of 250 women with cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) under disorders of reproductive function.
The state of vagina and cervical canal microbiocenosis in women surveyed indicates the presence of opportunistic pathogenic flora, sexually-transmitted infections and viral infection of the genital organs under CIN in women with reproductive disorders.
We determined the species spectrotype of microorganisms that indicates the presence of deep disorders in microbiocenosis. This gives us the opportunity to assert that the surveyed female patients under the development of dysplastic cervical processes an infectious factor is of importance, namely association of microorganisms with the presence of HPV of high-speed oncogenic potential with viral load >3 Ig HPV/105 cells and allows to treat infectious factor as one of the substantial reasons for impaired reproductive function.