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Circinate vulvitis in Reiter's syndrome.
  1. I V Thambar,
  2. R Dunlop,
  3. R N Thin,
  4. E C Huskisson

    Abstract

    Two cases of Reiter's syndrome in women are described. The diagnosis was based on the presence of increased vaginal and cervical discharge containing excess leucocytes, arthritis, conjunctivitis, and HLA B27 tissue-typing antigen. In addition circinate lesions developed on the vulva similar to those seen on the glans penis. No previous description of these lesions has been traced and the name 'circinate vulvitis' is suggested for these lesions.

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