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Noninfectious vaginitis

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Noninfectious vaginitis as a Disease

Noninfectious vaginitis: Type of or association with medical condition Vaginitis.
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Noninfectious vaginitis: Related Diseases

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Noninfectious vaginitis as a subtype of Vaginitis

Vaginitis (medical condition): Vaginal inflammation or infection of any type.

Vaginitis: Vaginitis is an inflammation of the vagina characterized by discharge, odor, irritation, and/or itching. The cause of... (Source: excerpt from Vaginitis Due to Vaginal Infections, NIAID Fact Sheet: NIAID)

Vaginal infections are often accompanied by vaginitis, which is an inflammation of the vagina... (Source: excerpt from Vaginal Infections & Vaginitis: NWHIC)

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