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Benign squamous papillomatosis: case report.
  1. V Manoharan,
  2. J M Sommerville
  1. Department of Genitourinary Medicine, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow.


    Squamous papillae in the vestibule are common. They were once considered to be normal variants of female anatomy, but reports of the viral aetiology of such lesions are emerging. When they are symptomatic, squamous papillae can lead to problems in sexual relationships between healthy partners. Here we report a case that responded well to treatment.

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