Poster Abstract| Volume 28, ISSUE 2, e75, April 2015

Labial Edema in the Setting of a Periclitoral Abscess

      Periclitoral abscess is a rare gynecological condition. Only four of the eighteen cases of spontaneous periclitoral abscesses that are reported, occurred in premenarchal and menarchal girls (Koussidis 2012). Labial edema has a variety of causes. We report a unique presentation of massive labia minora edema in the setting of a periclitoral abscess. The localization of an abscess is challenging especially when labial edema is present.
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