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A 26-year-old woman presents for a routine pelvic exam. Her physician notices clear, grayish discharge but no cervical tenderness. A wet mount slide is prepared; a representative image is shown. What is the diagnosis?
• A. Neisseria gonorrhea infection
• B. Irritant vaginitis
• C. Candida albicans infection
• D. Gardnerella vaginalis infection
• E. Hormonal vaginitis

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D. Gardnerella vaginalis infection

Yes clue cells of Gardnerella
 
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