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Vulvar metastatic Crohn disease: clinical, histopathological and ultrasonographic findings

  • Author(s): Pousa-Martínez, María
  • Alfageme, Fernando
  • González de Domingo, María Antonia
  • Suárez-Masa, Dolores
  • Calvo, Marta
  • Roustán, Gastón
  • et al.
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Abstract

Metastatic Crohn disease (MCD) is an unusual type of cutaneous Crohn disease characterized by skin lesions separated from the lesions of the gastrointestinal tract. The diagnosis of MCD is essentially histological,showing noncaseating granulomas in the dermis and subcutaneous fat tissue. We report a case of MCD with vulvar involvement and clinical, histopathological, and ultrasonographic findings of this disease.

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