Abstract

A Case Report on an Asymptomatic Labial Fusion in a Woman of Reproductive Age

Labial adhesions are extremely rare in reproductive age groups. Only a few cases were described in the literature. We report a female patient with an incidental finding of labial adhesions. The patient was a 24-year-old woman, not a known case of any medical illnesses, presented with asymptomatic labial adhesions, incidentally found on shaving. Clinical examination revealed normally developed Labia majora, adhered at the lower part just above the vaginal opening. Labia minora were partially but extensively fused, covering the clitoral hood. Intraoperatively, labial fusion was dissected with lectrocautery under general anesthesia. Postoperatively, on follow up, the adhesions were completely separated, and the area healed. No recurrence.


Author(s):

Fatema Al-Hubaishi*, Fadheela Al-Najjar and Aysha Salah Al-Medfa



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