labial swelling

la·bi·al swell·ing

the female embryonic genital swelling which elongates to become the definitive labium majus.
See also: genital swellings.
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An 18-year-old adolescent girl from a poor socioeconomic background presented with left labial swelling for 6 months.
In our case, significant facial and labial swelling was observed as well as ecchymosis on cheeks due to facial presentation, and they recovered spontaneously within hours.
In our case, the patient presented with a history of recurrent left huge labial swelling for the past one year.
She also complained of worsening labial swelling and increased vaginal discharge despite adherence to the fluconazole and clotrimazole cream regimen, which were discontinued on admission to the ED.
On the 16th day after commencement of ATRA, she developed perineal lesion with labial swelling and two superficial ulcers with fever.
OFG is the other condition that may be confused with leprosy as both can present with labial swelling; erythematous plaques in the adjacent areas and noncaseating granulomas can be seen in both conditions.
The findings for labial swelling +in OFG patients (78%) are comparable to those of other studies in the UK (75.5%) [Al-Johani et al., 2010] and Ireland (77%) [McCartan et al., 2011].
"The yeast can provoke allergic reactions leading to labial swelling."