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Vulvar non-filarial elephantiasis associated with scabies

Sarah Sabur, Saoussane Bounajma, Mounia Nasr, Samir Mazouz

DOI: 10.5455/IJMRCR.vulvar-non-filarial-elephantiasis-scabies

Int J Med Rev Case Rep. 2017; 1(1): 14-16

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What we can learn from this publication?

The case report describes a 27-year-old female patient with vulvar elephantiasis of one-year evolution associated with generalised itchy skin lesions. This clinical case is unusual because of the large volume of lymphedema, its atypical localisation, its association with generalised scabies, and the absence of a well-defined aetiology, which may explain its occurrence.


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How to Cite This Article

Sabur Sarah, Bounajma Saoussane, Nasr Mounia, Mazouz Samir. Vulvar non-filarial elephantiasis associated with scabies. International Journal of  Medical Reviews and Case Reports [Internet]. ScopeMed International Medical Journal Management and Indexing System; 2017;1.

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