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Random question

A 21 year-old woman presents to your office complaining of malodorous vaginal discharge. Upon physical examination, you note that the discharge is watery and gray-coloured. You make a wet-mount preparation, and under the microscope you see classic Clue cells. You also mix some of the discharge with a KOH solution with a resultant fishy odour. What is the most likely diagnosis?

Topics: gynecology
Contributor: Tamara Kuzma
 
 
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