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Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease

Print ISSN
1089-2591
Electronic ISSN
1526-0976
Impact factor
1.273
Publisher
Gale
URL
http://journals.lww.com/jlgtd
Usage rank
9319
Article count
732
Free count
7
Free percentage
0.00956284
PDFs via platforms
Gale, LWW, and Ovid from 2001

  1. Vaginal epithelioid angiosarcoma: a potential pitfall in gynecologic pathology.

    Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 18(2):E38 (2014) PMID 23994949

    We report the case of a 41-year-old gravida 2, para 1, aborta 1, with no prior history of irradiation, who consulted after the discovery of 3 lesions at the lower right portion of the vagina. The lesion consisted of epithelioid cells with high-grade nuclei and prominent nucleoli. These cells express...
  2. Radiofrequency therapy for severe idiopathic vulvodynia.

    Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 17(4):e1 (2013) PMID 23903198

    We are reporting on the successful use of the pulsed radiofrequency treatment in a patient with intractable chronic vulvodynia. To our knowledge, this is the first report of a successful use of pulsed radiofrequency in the treatment of chronic vulvodynia. If efficacy of pulsed radiofrequency is conf...
  3. Hybrid Capture II testing for high-risk human papillomavirus DNA in the follow-up of women treated for high-grade cervical intraepithelial n...

    Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 17(3):308 (2013) PMID 23552206

    This study aimed to estimate and compare the validity of high-risk human papillomavirus DNA (HR-HPV DNA) testing using Hybrid Capture II with and without Pap cytological examination in the detection of incident high-grade cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN 2+) after treatment. A total of 1,608...
  4. Lazer vaporization of vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia: a word of caution.

    Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 17(3):361 (2013) PMID 23807435

  5. Pityriasis rosea-like drug eruption due to nortriptyline in a patient with vulvodynia.

    Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 17(2):226 (2013) PMID 23343697 PMCID PMC3608714

    We report a case of pityriasis rosea (PR)-like eruption in a young woman who was treated with oral nortriptyline for vulvodynia. The patient presented with photosensitivity and erythematous, well-defined, oval papules and patches, with fine collarettes of scale on the dorsal hands, upper arms, and t...
  6. In reply.

    Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 16(4):483 (2012) PMID 23023142

  7. Mucosal lichen planus, a systemic disease requiring multidisciplinary care: a cross-sectional clinical review from a multidisciplinary pers...

    Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 16(4):377 (2012) PMID 22622344

    This study aimed to emphasize the importance of seeing mucosal lichen planus (LP) as a systemic disease and not an isolated oral or genital disease and to analyze the proportion of thyroid antibodies among patients with multimucosal LP. All patients examined by the authors and diagnosed with mucosal...
  8. Genital warts: Canadians' perception, health-related behaviors, and treatment preferences.

    Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 16(4):409 (2012) PMID 22659776

    The study aimed to gauge the perceptions of Canadians toward genital warts, related health behaviors, and treatment preferences. An online survey supported by an unrestricted grant from Graceway Canada was conducted in February 2011 by Leger Marketing. It included 9 demographic questions and 17 ques...
  9. Telephone triage: diagnosis of candidiasis based upon self-reported vulvovaginal symptoms.

    Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 16(3):251 (2012) PMID 22453756

    The study aimed to determine which self-reported vulvovaginal symptoms are most consistent with candidiasis confirmed by yeast culture and to establish guidelines to determine who can be appropriately treated by telephone triage versus office examination for women with vulvovaginal symptoms. A retro...
  10. Vascular hamartoma: an unusual cause of clitoromegaly in an 18-year-old patient.

    Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 16(3):325 (2012) PMID 22453757

    Clitoromegaly encountered in clinical practice is more commonly due to endocrinopathies either congenital or acquired. However, acquired clitoromegaly due to a nonhormonal cause is quite rare. The authors report a case of nonhormonal-acquired clitoromegaly in a woman. This is a case report of an 18-...