A Rare Clinical Presentation of Giant Bilateral Labial Fibro
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Fibroepithelial polyps (FEPs) are rarely seen lesions of the lower female genital tract with polypoid proliferations of stroma. These tumors usually present in the vulvovaginal region of the reproductive aged women and tend to be polypoid or pedunculated in appearance and mostly found as solitary masses in the lower female genital tract. When associated with pregnancy, they commonly present multiple lesions with a tendency of cellular pleomorphism. FEPs are found to be related to certain diseases such as Crohn's disease and congenital lymphedema. In this presentation, we report a case of a psoriatic woman who developed unusual multiple polypoid lesions approximately 15?cm in size arising from both left and right labia minora and unique connection of FEPs with psoriasis disease....

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