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Vulvar Disorder

Disease Vulvar


  • In young infants it often presents as a diaper dermatitis that is resistant to therapy. The white scales typical of psoriasis are not present in body folds, but may occur on elbows, knees, or scalp.[plasticsurgerykey.com]
  • The presentations cover basics of therapy, dermatoses, vaginitis, vulvodynia and vaginal dryness and dyspareunia as well as a review of cases (presentation, diagnosis, and management).[ifcpc2017.com]
  • These conditions which affect the vulva or vagina may initially present to the family doctor, gynaecologist or dermatologist.[samsfameni.com.au]
  • It may be unilateral or bilateral, with symptoms including burning, pain or itching, The cause of vulvalr swelling is diagnosed on the basis of the presentation of the swelling Dr Wallman is an experienced and discreet Gynaecologist who is very experienced[drneilwallman.com.au]
  • Pruritus, however, may be present, as well as a burning sensation of the vulva. Biopsy of any white, red, or dark lesion is prudent, particularly in the older patient.[healthieryou.com]
Insect Bite
  • IAPV, herpes, syphilis, LGV, chancroid) Parasites and Insect bites Allergic Contact dermatitis Systemic Psoriasis Seborrheic dermatitis Fox-Fordyce disease Pemphigus Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Hepatitis Severe renal disease Sjogren's syndrome Diabetes ([healthieryou.com]
  • J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus 1998;35:159-161 Fischer GO: Vulvar disease in pre-pubertal girls. Australasian J Dermatol 2001;42:225-236 Stapleton KM, O’Loughlin E, Relic JP: Transient zinc deficiency in a breast-fed premature infant.[karger.com]


  • Differential Diagnosis and Workup Workup and procedures If the diagnosis is not readily apparent, unaided (ie, naked-eye) or colposcopic examination of the vulva may define areas of abnormality that may warrant biopsy using a Keyes punch or biopsy forceps[emedicine.medscape.com]
Trichophyton Rubrum


  • It is important to give the patient an explanation of the nature of the condition and the treatment available.[samsfameni.com.au]
  • Treatment has changed somewhat over the years.[healthieryou.com]
  • Throughout treatment, you will meet with experts from various disciplines to best meet your specific needs.[medicine.umich.edu]
  • Your doctor will work with you to develop a treatment plan that is best for you.[floridawomenscenteraltamonte.com]
  • Treatment does not reverse the scarring that may have already occurred.[gynnga.com]


  • Prognosis depends on the lesion size and extent of spread. Treatment depends on the extent of disease and anatomic location. Some lateral tumors are treated with radical wide excision, and possible ipsilateral inguinal-femoral lymphadenectomy.[healthieryou.com]
  • […] of lichen sclerosus - or what to expect in the future The prognosis of pediatric lichen sclerosus is usually very good.[naspag.org]
  • Most melanomas are located on the labia minora or clitoris and prognosis is related to the size of the lesion and the depth of invasion. Referral When a woman presents with vulval symptoms, a vulval examination should be offered.[patient.info]
  • Influence of treatment of erosive lichen planus of the vulva on its prognosis. Arch Dermatol . 2006;142(3):289–294. 17. Dwyer CM, Kerr RE, Millan DW. Squamous carcinoma following lichen planus of the vulva.[aafp.org]


  • Table 26.1 Ambiguous External Genitalia Clinical Presentation Diagnosis Etiology Clitoromegaly or variable phallus formation with ventral opening; variable labial formation with opening or scrotal sac formation Female pseudohermaphroditism Congenital[plasticsurgerykey.com]
  • The etiologies of other benign connective tumors in this area are unknown.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • In medicine, it might be ideal for classification to be formulated on etiology or pathophysiology (infectious diseases, metabolic diseases, malignant diseases, etc.) but unfortunately information regarding etiology and pathophysiology is not complete[reproductivemedicine.com]
  • Vulvo-vaginal disorders could be infectious or non- infectious in etiology.[my.clevelandclinic.org]
  • Etiology is unclear. The main symptoms of endometriosis are dysmenorrhea (pelvic pain just before or during the menstrual cycle) &/or dyspareunia (pain with deep thrust vaginal sex).[pelvicurecenter.com]


  • This report defines the prevalence of genital colonization in a large population of women, characterizes the women with S. aureus, and describes epidemiologic features of genital carriage. ‎ Página 50 - Lautenschlager S, Eichmann A.[books.google.es]
  • Balanitis xerotica obliyerans: epidemiologic distribution in an equal access health care system. South Med J. 2003;96:9-11. Tasker GL, Wojnarowska F. Lichen sclerosus. Clin Exp Dermatol. 2003;28:128-33. Neill SM, Tatnall FM, Cox NH.[rarediseases.org]
Sex distribution
Age distribution


  • In medicine, it might be ideal for classification to be formulated on etiology or pathophysiology (infectious diseases, metabolic diseases, malignant diseases, etc.) but unfortunately information regarding etiology and pathophysiology is not complete[reproductivemedicine.com]
  • […] documented episodes occur in one year, or at least three in one year that are not related to antibiotic therapy. 13 The condition is common; in one random community sample, one in 12 women reported four or more episodes in the previous year. 14 The pathophysiology[mja.com.au]
  • Etiology and Pathophysiology Nonneoplastic epithelial disorders are discussed below.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • Vulvar lichen sclerosus: pathophysiology and treatment. Am J Dermtol 2004;5:105-125. (Level III) Val I, Almeida G. An overview of lichen sclerosus. Clin Obstet Gynecol 2005;48:808-817. (Level III) Murphy R. Lichen sclerosus.[womenshealthsection.com]


  • What self-care measures can help prevent or clear up vulvar problems? The following self-care measures may help prevent or clear up certain vulvar problems: Keep your vulva clean by rinsing with warm water and gently patting, not rubbing, it dry.[acog.org]
  • Prevention and Risk Factors Vulvar Care (American College of Nurse-Midwives) - PDF Journal Articles References and abstracts from MEDLINE/PubMed (National Library of Medicine)[medlineplus.gov]
  • MMWR 2002;51:(RR-15)1 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Sexually transmitted diseases treatment guidelines.[karger.com]
  • Prevention Reduce your risk of sexually transmitted infections To reduce your risk of vulvar cancer, reduce your risk of the sexually transmitted infection HPV: Limit your number of sexual partners.[mayoclinic.org]
  • Some can be prevented by vulvovaginal health maintenance . Vulvar cancer [ edit ] Vulvar cancer accounts for about 5% of all gynecological cancers and typically affects women in later life.[en.wikipedia.org]

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