Hypertrophic labia minora associated with recurrent urinary tract infections in two adolescents: Case reports and literature review

Hulya Ozturk, Muzeyyen Astarci

Abstract


We presented two girls aged 11 and 14, which have similar complaints, applied at the different dates to our pediatric surgical outpatient clinic with complaints of left and right labia minora protrusion (respectively), urination difficulty, itching and malodor. The patients were reported to have symptomatic urinary tract infections every 2 to 3 months. Here, for reduction labioplasty, a simple edge technique and different surgical options were discussed with literature review.

Keywords


Adolescent; labia minora; hypertrophy; recurrent urinary tract infections; labioplasty

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14534/j-pucr.2018440300

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