2009, Number 02
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ABSTRACTWe present a case report of a patient that went to consultation for tumoración presence at level vulvar of a year of evolution, with size of 8x6cm, accompanied by pain with the deambulación and manipulation. the out taking of tumoración biopsy, later on resection by means of vulvectomia simple left and the result anatomohistopatológico was corroborated that reported hemangioma fibrous esclerosante. The treatment and the evolution was favorable. You analyzes the case and their such complications as: infection of surgical wound and dehiscencia. Bibliography related with the topic was revised.
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