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Vestibular papillomatosis: a normal variation commonly misdiagnosed as genital condylomata

Published:August 22, 2018DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajog.2018.08.025
      A woman in her 30s was referred to our venereal disease clinic with a diagnosis of genital condylomata. She had been treated with single application of 70% trichloroacetic acid. The woman without any extramarital contact was anxious and had been observing abstinence in an attempt to prevent the sexual spread of presumed genital condylomata to her partner.
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