Actino-like Organisms ALOs on Smears in patients with Intra-uterine Devices G14v2 id 756

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Actinomycetes are gram positive anaerobic commensal bacteria found in the gastrointestinal and genital tracts.1 2. They are commonly found in the female genital tract in women with and without intrauterine contraception.3

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26.08.2015
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14.08.2018
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