Abstract| Volume 32, ISSUE 2, P235, April 2019

96. Calcinosis Cutis of the Vulva in a Pre-menarchal Child: A Case Report

      Calcinosis cutis occurs with deposition of insoluble calcium and phosphorus salts in the subcutaneous tissue. It can be idiopathic or secondary to metabolic or autoimmune disorders. Treatment usually involves excision or destruction of the lesion with electrodessication or CO2 laser. Recurrence is uncommon.
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