There is research in the rheumatologic literature that is not paralleled in the gynecologic literature that suggests a need for gynecologic research.
Clinicians can anticipate that 1.4% to 18% of their patients with pelvic pain will have chlamydia in the absence of salpingitis or adhesions and up to 64% with acute or sub-acute pain and adhesions.
Some miliary lesions have been inflammatory. This observation suggests a need to clarify the role of chlamydia and other infectious and inflammatory agents in these cases.
Researchers with an interest in pain, pediatrics, histology and infectious diseases may find useful reference in the file Miliary and Vesicular Lesions. That file includes a summary of my WCE2017 poster and a partial annotated bibliography.