External Female Genital Organs. Her medical history was normal; she had no history of gynaecologic surgical procedures and no history of vulvar trauma. Epidermal cysts are intradermal or subcutaneous tumors contained within the epidermis. Malignant tumors of the vulva though rare, such as liposarcoma, should also be considered in the differential diagnosis [12—14]. Tumors and cysts of the epidermis. Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Often, they are found by the women herself and as an incidental finding during a routine pelvic examination.
Up to now, those vulvar epidermal cysts reported in the literature were localized on the labia majora and the clitoris.
Epidermal cyst in an unusual site: A case report
Adnexa Ovaries Follicles corpus hemorrhagicum luteum albicans Theca of follicle externa interna Follicular antrum Follicular fluid Corona radiata Zona pellucida Membrana granulosa Perivitelline space. The labial mass was successfully surgically removed. Serous glands Mucous glands. Inclusion cysts are the most common cysts of the vulva. Presentation of case A year-old, multiparous woman presented with a history of a palpable vulvar mass, without pain but causing difficulty in walking.