Rheumatoid granuloma of the cervix and vagina: a challenging diagnosis and treatment.

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BACKGROUND Granulomas of the female genital tract are rare and usually occur after operative procedures. CASE A patient with rheumatoid arthritis presented with vaginal discharge and bleeding with ulcerative, red, friable lesions of the cervix, which extended to the bladder floor and the right upper vaginal wall. Cervical biopsy was highly suggestive of… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/AOG.0b013e3181d992d0

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@article{Usta2010RheumatoidGO, title={Rheumatoid granuloma of the cervix and vagina: a challenging diagnosis and treatment.}, author={Ihab M. Usta and Imad W. Uthman and Mireille M. Kattar and Anwar H. Nassar}, journal={Obstetrics and gynecology}, year={2010}, volume={116 Suppl 2}, pages={501-3} }