Leukoplakia: Causes, Symptoms, and Diagnosis - leukoplakia of vagina

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LIII.—LEUKOPLAKIA AND CANCER OF THE VULVA | JAMA Dermatology | JAMA Network leukoplakia of vagina


Disease Ontology: A vaginal disease that is a precancerous lesion that is characterized by the presence of white plaques which cannot be rubbed off. Histology.

Some women may develop leukoplakia on the outside of their genitals in the vulva area as well as inside the vagina. This is usually seen in.

Leukoplakia first appears as a small, smooth, white spot (that cannot be scraped but also known to occur on the lips, as well as on the vagina, vulva, or anus.

Leukoplakia is a firmly attached white patch on a mucous membrane which is associated with e.g. oral leukoplakia, leukoplakia of the urinary tract, including bladder leukoplakia or leukoplakia of the penis, vulvae, cervix or vagina.