[Pigmented lesions of the vulva: histological features].


The vulva is an anatomical and histological combination of cutaneous and mucous components. It is the site of various pigmented lesions, in 10 to 12% of white women, often of unknown etiology. The clinical features are polymorph, non-specific, thus requiring a biopsy. Histological analysis helps to rule out the diagnosis of melanoma, which frequently leads… (More)