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VIN II-VIN III TANISI ALAN HASTALARDA SKİNNİNG VULVEKTOMİ PROSEDÜRÜ:15 HASTALIK VAKA SUNUMU

@inproceedings{Karakaya2010VINII,
  title={VIN II-VIN III TANISI ALAN HASTALARDA SKİNNİNG VULVEKTOMİ PROSED{\"U}R{\"U}:15 HASTALIK VAKA SUNUMU},
  author={Burcu Kisa Karakaya and Esra Cabuk C{\"o}mert and Berk Bildaci and Ozlem Ozen and Polat Dursun and Ali Ayhan},
  year={2010}
}
Vulvar intraepitelyal neoplazi, vulvar kanser prekursor lezyondur. VIN icin tanimlanan farkli tedavi modaliteleri mevcuttur. Lokal eksizyon, skinning vulvectomi ve laser ablasyon tecih edilen tedavi yaklasimlaridir. Baskent Universitesi Kadin Dogum Bolumunde 2007- 2009 yillari arasinda tani almis VIN hastalari arastirilmistir. Patolojik tanilari International Society for the study of Vulvo-vajinal Disease (ISSVD)'e gore yapilmistir. Ortalama yas 51.5'ti. En sik basvuranla semptom vulvar… 

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