Vulvar Sarcoidosis: Case Report and Review of the Literature

  title={Vulvar Sarcoidosis: Case Report and Review of the Literature},
  author={Caridad Garcia Vera and Deana Funaro and Danielle Bouffard},
  journal={Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery},
  pages={287 - 290}
Background: Sarcoidosis is a multisystemic disorder of unknown etiology that can affect multiple organs, including the lungs, skin, and eyes. Vulvar sarcoidosis has anecdotally been reported. Objective: The aim of this article is to describe a case of vulvar sarcoidosis and review the few cases that have been reported. Methods: We report the case of a 39-year-old woman who presented to the dermatologist with a 2-year history of vulvar pruritus. Results: Examination revealed infiltrated plaques… Expand
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