Vaginal müllerian papilloma: an unusual cause of vaginal bleeding in a toddler.

@article{ReckBurneo2009VaginalMP,
  title={Vaginal m{\"u}llerian papilloma: an unusual cause of vaginal bleeding in a toddler.},
  author={Carlos Albert Reck-Burneo and Jocelyn Villanueva and Francisca T. Velcek},
  journal={Journal of pediatric and adolescent gynecology},
  year={2009},
  volume={22 5},
  pages={e124-6}
}
BACKGROUND Vaginal bleeding is a rare occurrence in infancy and childhood. It is usually due to trauma, child abuse, foreign bodies, and rarely, a friable botryoid tumor. CASE SUMMARY We discuss a case of a vaginal müllerian duct papilloma in a 2 year old infant that presented with vaginal bleeding. DISCUSSION To our knowledge, this is the second case reported in the literature of a vaginal müllerian duct papilloma presenting in a toddler. This rare type of tumor has an excellent prognosis… CONTINUE READING

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