Gynecology

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Anonymous
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221146
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Gynecology
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2013-05-25 21:27:40
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Vulvar lesions
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  1. Why do any lesions  like in labia minora look white? 
    It is because of hyperkeratosis 
  2. Diagnose the lesion? 
    • Molluscum contagiosum –  it is caused by POX virus - centrally umbilicated tumors of the skin, rather than pox like vesicular tumors. 
    • These lesions are present in children, sexually active adults and immunodeficient patients. 
    • [Origin: Latin molluscum  -  soft + contagiosum (neuter of contagiosus "contagious")]
  3. Diagnose the lesion? 
    Condylma acccuminata – benign cauliflower anogenital lesion without malignant predisposition – accuminata  means no need to worry.
  4. Where are  Bartholins gland located?
    At about 4:30 and 7:30 of the vagina.
  5. What is management of Bartholins gland? 
    Marsupialization 
  6. What is the diagnosis? 
    Valvular intraepithelial neoplasia
  7. What is the differential diagnosis if you find pruritic valvular lesion?
    Preinvasive or invasive valvar  carcinoma – send for biopsy.

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