Dr. Šukrija Krvavac

Last update October 2015

 

Upon completing the faculty and internship, during my further practice, I had an opportunity for additional medical education. At first in Pediatrics and later on in Gynecology practice, having additional skills in detection of trichomoniasis, I found myself in a favorable position for a comparative clinical research , While scientifically  insecure detection method, because of the difficulty of documenting

Macroscopic properties of the pathological mucus from the children upper respiratory tract and from the lower genital tract of their mothers, with microscopic presentation of the common, but not necessary, presence of an one-cell parasite in  pseudocystic form, have a huge immunopathogenic potential.  

During observation and treatment of trichomoniasis, I noticed that during the common cold of the infected organ, a hypothermic stress in fact affected the parasite, with the conseqence of its contraction and increased release of proteolytic enzymes with consequential toxoallergic reaction of the already sensitized host.stronger immune challenge elicites higher level of anti-trichomonas immunity  that can eradicate  chronic cervical  trichomoniasis based crossed  iterspecies  immunity.

Common cold of the head, nose or sinuses often leads to appearance of the pseudocystic  trihomonads in the nasal mucus with spontaneous eradication of the long term present trichomonas cervicitis uteri. By previous fixating procedure of the vaginal or nasal smears, leukocytes could be hardly differentiated from the pseudocystic trichomonas, particularly if unaware of their possible coexistence. 

After such experience, I started to look for trichomonads at other „atypical“ locations, and presented this subject  on several  International congresses, hoping to induce  others for its verification using contemporary methods of the  Molecular biology and  Genetics, because it is about the findings that have potentially large clinical-pathological significance.