Vaginal Discharge and Pelvic Infection

Part of the Management of Common Diseases in Family Practice book series (MCDF)


In the days when consultants were allowed, if not expected, to be male chauvinists, an eminent Manchester gynaecologist used to tell his patients in front of the students that if they did not have a vaginal discharge they would squeak when they walked! Today such behaviour would rightly be regarded as a ‘put down’.


Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Vaginal Discharge Pelvic Infection Gentian Violet 
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References and Further Reading

  1. Budden, G. C. (1982). Pelvic inflammatory disease Update, 24 (12), 2429Google Scholar
  2. Gaya, D. and Hawkins, D. F. (1981). Pelvic infection. In Hawkins, D. F. (ed.) Gynaecological Therapeutics ( London: Baillière Tindall )Google Scholar
  3. Fry, J. (1983). Common Diseases: Their Nature, Incidence and Care. 3rd Edn ( Lancaster: MTP Press )Google Scholar
  4. RCGP/OPCS (Office of Population Censuses and Surveys) (1974). Studies on Medical and Population Subjects. No. 26. Morbidity Statistics from General Practice. Second National Study 1970–71. ( London: HMSO )Google Scholar

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© D. Brooks and E.M. Dunbar 1986

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Middleton, ManchesterUK
  2. 2.Regional Infectious Diseases UnitMonsall HospitalManchesterUK

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