Vulvar Fibroma (Molluscum Pendulum): Case Report


Authors : Fouzia El Hilali; Salaheddine Achkif; Mohamed karam Saoud; Nisrine Mamouni; Sanaa Errarhay; Chahrazed Bouchikhi; Abdelaziz Banani

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 1 - January

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Vulvar fibromas are uncommon smooth muscle tumors of the vulva, they can cause significant discomfort for women. Since there are no specific clinical features, the diagnosis is usually madeby histological examination after resection of the mass. We report the case of a 25 year old woman, admitted for consultation for a large vulvar mass that has been gradually developing over the last 4 years. Clinical examination found a 20x10 cm pedunculated mass, sitting in the lower third of the right labia majora., a surgical excision of the mass was performed at the base of its pedicle. Histological examination showed benign vulvar fibroma or a molluscum pendulum with low grade intraepithelial lesions (LSIL) on the surface. The cervico vaginal smear was normal.

Keywords : Vulva, Fibroma, Molluscum Pendulum, Leiomyoma, Smooth Muscle Tumor.

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