Lipschütz ulcer

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Lipschütz ulcer

An acute-onset, idiopathic ulcer of the lower female genital tract described by B Lipschütz (1878–1931), who attributed it to Bacillus crassus, a now obsolete binomial; it possibly corresponds to acute idiopathic vulvar ulcer.

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Benjamin, Austrian physician, 1878-1931.
Lipschütz cell - a cell whose protoplasm contains single and double granules of varying size, stainable with hematoxylin. Synonym(s): centrocyte
Lipschütz erythema - Synonym(s): Afzelius erythema
Lipschütz ulcer - a simple acute ulceration of the vulva or lower vagina of nonvenereal origin. Synonym(s): ulcus vulvae acutum
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