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vul·var

, vulval (vŭl'văr, vŭl'văl),
Relating to the vulva.
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vulval

adjective Referring or pertaining to the vulva; vulvar.
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vul·var

, vulval (vŭl'văr, -văl)
Relating to the vulva.
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vulva

(vul'va) (vul've?, 'vi?) plural.vulvae [L. vulva, covering]
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VULVA: Inferior view of the perineum
That portion of the female external genitalia lying posterior to the mons veneris, consisting of the labia majora, labia minora, clitoris, vestibule of the vagina, vaginal opening, Bartholin's glands. See: illustrationvulvalvulvar (vul'val) (vul'var), adjective

vulva connivens

Vulvar agglutination.

vulva hians

Vulva in which the labia majora are gaping.
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Vulval haematoma (41.02%) was the most frequent type of genital tract injury noted in our study (Table 4).
Initial treatment of Bartholin Gland Cancer is similar as that for vulval cancer.
In our patient, the entry site for infection was the vulval infection, which spread in the left inguinal region, from where it expanded to the other parts of the anterior abdominal wall.
Shafi, "The management of squamous cell vulval cancer: a population based retrospective study of 411 cases," BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, vol.
Distress and anger prompted the recollection of my first debilitating years with vulval pain, or vulvodynia: the crisis.
Reactive fibroblastic and myo fibroblastic proliferation of the vulva (cyclist's nodule): A hitherto poorly described vulval lesion occurring in cyclists.
They are in response to what doctors have branded "unrealistic representations of vulval appearance in popular culture" and "the "intensive marketing" of cosmetic genital surgery as an "unproblematic lifestyle choice."
Clinical signs seen by a physician may include vulval varicosities extending on to the medial thigh and long saphenous vein territory as well as tenderness on deep palpitation at the ovarian point.
elegans, we showed genetically that loss of RAS suppressed let-7 [4] mutant phenotypes in the skin and vulval stem cells.
They address virology and pathogenesis; epidemiology; clinical aspects of low-risk and high-risk HPV infections, including genitoanal warts, recurrent respiratory papillomatosis, and cervical, vulval, vaginal, penile, anal, and tonsillar cancer; and diagnosis for early detection, including cytology, biomarker development, detection of HPV DNA and RNA, and testing in primary screening for cervical cancer.