Pleomorphic adenoma of the vulva, clinical reminder of a rare occurrence

@inproceedings{Su2012PleomorphicAO,
  title={Pleomorphic adenoma of the vulva, clinical reminder of a rare occurrence},
  author={Albert Sing Yong Su and Sophia Kim Apple and Neda A Moatamed},
  booktitle={Rare tumors},
  year={2012}
}
Pleomorphic adenoma, also known as mixed tumor, is a benign tumor which typically presents as a painless and persistent mass. The majority of pleomorphic adenomas involve the salivary glands, most commonly the parotid gland. Other sites include breast and skin. It is a rare tumor in the vulva. In this article we are reporting a case of pleomorphic adenoma of labia with characteristic pathologic and clinical findings, as reminder of a common benign neoplasm occurring with rare locality. 

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