Definition of bartholinitis in English:

bartholinitis

Line breaks: bar|tho¦lin|itis
Pronunciation: /ˌbɑːtəlɪˈnʌɪtɪs
 
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noun

[mass noun] Medicine
  • Inflammation of Bartholin’s gland, typically accompanied by cysts or abscesses.
    More example sentences
    • But another important cause of bartholinitis is gonorrhoea, which is a sexually transmitted infection.
    • Patients in group B had bartholinitis with symptoms of rubor, swelling or pain on the day of study enrolment.
    • Including the case herein reported there have been a total of 14 cases of bartholinitis and bartholin's abscess described in the literature.

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