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Multiple asymptomatic skin colored to yellowish papules over vulva

  • Author(s): Gutte, Rameshwar Madhukarrao
  • Chikhalkar, Siddhi
  • Khopkar, Uday
  • et al.
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Unknown: Multiple asymptomatic skin colored to yellowish papules over vulva
Rameshwar Madhukarrao Gutte MD, Siddhi Chikhalkar MD, Uday Khopkar MD DNB
Dermatology Online Journal 17 (8): 7

Department of Dermatology, Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital, Mumbai, India


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A 42-year-old woman presented with asymptomatic, multiple yellowish papules on the vulva of 2 years duration. On clinical examination, there were multiple, small, firm, skin-colored papules on the vulva. (Figure 1) The lesions were nontender and there was no lymphadenopathy. There was no history of high-risk sexual behavior. The rest of the cutaneous and systemic examination, including her vaginal and her rectal examinations, revealed no abnormality. Test for HBsAg, HIV I and II, and VDRL were non-reactive. There was no history of similar complaints in her husband.

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