alexa Abstract | Giant Soft Fibroma Located in Labia Majora: Pediatric Case Report

Gynecology & Obstetrics Case report
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Vulvar fibroma is a rare and the most common benign tumor that is predominantly found in women of reproductive age group. When located in the vulva, they occur more often in the labia majora and less frequently in the labia minora, clitoris, vestibule, and posterior commissure. In tumors of long clinical duration, ulcerations with superficial bleeding, often due to repeated trauma, are often observed. This case report describes a unique case of giant soft fibroma located in labia majora in a girl aged 03 years.

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Author(s): Warda Makhloufi Chouaib Sayah Hichem Choutri and Zineddine Soualili


Soft fibroma, Fibrous tissue, Tumors of the vulva, Gynecological Diagnosis and Treatment, Gynecological issues, Geriatric gynecology

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