Australian statistics are demonstrating that labiaplasty, the surgical reduction of the labia minora, has experienced a significant increase in demand over the last decade, with the most marked increase in the adolescent population. However, a definition of the normal range of labia width is difficult to find. This study aimed to identify the measurement basis for labiaplasty.
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