Granular cell tumor of the vulva: literature review and case report.

Abstract

Granular cell tumors are an uncommon neoplasm of neural origin. They occur throughout the body; only about 10% are found in the vulvar region. Granular cell tumors are most frequent in the third and fourth decade of life, the African-American race, and the female. Generally, they appear as small, firm, painless, slow-growing subcutaneous nodules. They are… (More)

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