Fibroma of the Vulva: Report of a Case
AbstractA rare case of vulva fibroma in a 35 year-old woman is presented. She had a non-tender, firm mass arising from the superior aspect of the left vulva. It was about 24cm long, with fleshy pedicle that had a club-like ending with a crater-like area of ulceration. She also had uterine fibroids. Histological examination of the tissue following excision confirmed its benign nature.
(Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology: 2001, 18(2): 93-94)
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