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The reproductive tract infections found in participants were Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), candidiasis and Trichomonas vaginalis.
Zika virus was "detected in the reproductive tract before it was detected in plasma, and replication levels in the reproductive tract did not reflect viral levels in other parts of the body," according to the author summary (PLOS Pathogens 13[7]:e1006537).
The presence of virus in the male reproductive tract may increase the risk for acquisition of sexually transmitted infections and may reduce male fertility through spermatogonia
I learned in graduate school that androgens are needed to maintain the male reproductive tract, but our work finds that maintenance of the male reproductive tract can be achieved without androgen," Yao said.
After taking informed consent, each woman was interviewed in private about her socio-demographic and reproductive history, current and past symptoms affecting the reproductive tract, past sexual behaviour, etc.
Screening of married women in the reproductive age group for reproductive tract infections in a village of Garhwal.
Especially in economically poor areas of China, reproductive tract infections during pregnancy lead to miscarriage, premature birth, premature rupture of membranes, amniotic fluid infections, neonatal pneumonia, neonatal sepsis, low birth-weight neonates, neonatal jaundice, chorioamnionitis, and postpartum endometritis.
A fertilised giant panda egg will not immediately implant on the mother's uterine wall, but instead is said to "float" around in her reproductive tract for varying lengths of time.
After slaughtering, the reproductive tract was isolated for post mortem and histo-pathological examination.
The reproductive tract was serially sectioned and urine was obtained for analysis of urinary diindolylmethane.
After this time, the reproductive tract will continue to enlarge in males.

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