Study of vaginal microecology and gynecological tumors.
Vaginal microecology are important indicators of the health of the female reproductive system. A variety of factors can affect vaginal micro-ecological balance, resulting in the invasions of endogenous and exogenous microorganisms into vagina and causing diseases such as vaginitis, chronic cervicitis, cervical and ovarian cancer, fallopian tube cancer, and other diseases which seriously affect patients' health and quality of life. Clinically common gynecological tumors are generally accompanies with obvious imbalance in vaginal micro-ecosystems. To understand and pay attention to the balance of micro-ecological environment of the vagina if of great significance for the prevention and treatment of gynecological cancers as well as the post-surgery recovery and care.