Abstract| Volume 32, ISSUE 2, P233, April 2019

92. Possible Diagnosis of Crohns Disease of the Vulva in a 5 Year Old Girl Presented with Chronic Asymmetric Vulvar Edema and Ulcer Without the Association of Intestinal Symptoms

      Vulvar involvement is a rare manifestation of extraintestinal Crohns disease (CD), especially in children, and can precede gastrointestinal symptoms by years. The most frequently observed features of vulvar CD are asymmetrical labial swelling, ulcers, and hypertrophic lesions.
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