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Lipschütz’ ulcus som differentialdiagnose ved genitalt ulcus

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Stine Kretzschmar Nielsen & Malou Eva Maria Pinto Barbosa

Kvindeafdelingen, Hospitalsenheden Horsens Ugeskr Læger 2018;180:V11170833

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Ugeskr Læger 2018;180:V11170833
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Lipschütz ulcus as a differential diagnosis of vulvar ulcus

Lipschütz ulcus (LU) is a rare and probably underdiagnosed non-venereal disease, which usually presents in young women. It is characterised by an acute onset of influenza-like symptoms with painful, necrotic ulcerations on the vulva or lower vagina, and the aetiology and pathogenesis is unknown. The diagnosis is clinical after exclusion of other causes of vulvar ulcers. LU heals spontaneously within 4-6 weeks, and treatment is mainly symptomatic.

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