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  title={Vulvar keratinizing squamous cell carcinoma in a 26-year-old woman.},
  author={C. Echeverri and M. Stoler and P. Valente},
  journal={Archives of pathology \& laboratory medicine},
  volume={125 2},
A 26-year-old Hispanic woman complaining of "itching" and "herpetic lesions" on the vulva for 9 months was seen at a university hospital. On physical examination, multiple vulvar masses were noted. Biopsies taken from these lesions showed invasive keratinizing squamous cell carcinoma. The vulvectomy specimen revealed 4 tumor masses, the largest located on the mons pubis. Although the incidence of vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia has increased in recent years, only very few cases of invasive… Expand
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