Wilkinson and Stone Atlas of Vulvar Disease
Guide to the diagnosis, treatment and management of vulvar disease intended for use in the office or clinic. Presents the spectrum of diseases and dermatosses in color and black and white photos. Each disorder includes a definition, general features, clinical presentation, microscopic features, differential diagnosis, clinical behavior and treatment, and progressive therapeutic options. Includes clinical pathologic correlations to aid in diagnosis and interpretation of laboratory findings.
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acrochordon adjacent ADJUNCTIVE STUDIES areas associated Bartholin cyst BEHAVIOR AND TREATMENT Behçet benign biopsy bullous bullous pemphigoid CLINICAL BEHAVIOR CLINICAL PRESENTATION clitoris condyloma acuminatum condylomata Crohn disease depth of invasion dermal Dermatol dermis DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS duct epithelial epithelium erythema evaluation excision FEATURES Figure glands herpes hidradenitis suppurativa histopathologic infection infiltrate inflammation inflammatory cells intraepithelial neoplasia involved keratinized keratinocytes labia minora laser ablation lentigo simplex lesions lichen planus lichen sclerosus lymph node majora malignant melanoma MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS minor vestibular glands mucosa mucous nevi nevus Obstet Gynecol ointment OPTIONS Progressive therapeutic oral Paget disease pain papules Pathol patient pemphigoid PROGRESSIVE THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS pruritus rare recurrent result secondary sinus tract squamous cell carcinoma steroids stroma superficial dermis surgical symptomatic symptoms syphilis THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS Progressive therapy tion tissue topical tumor twice daily typically ulcer urethra usually vaginal vascular vesicles vestibular vulvar skin vulvar ulcerations vulvar vestibule vulvodynia women