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Fordyce angiokeratoma of vulva
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Fordyce angiokeratoma of vulva

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Contributors: Rajini Murthy MD, Lynne Margesson MD, David Foster MD, Mary Gail Mercurio MD, Susan Burgin MD
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Synopsis

Angiokeratomas of the vulva (also known as angiokeratomas of Fordyce) are asymptomatic, benign vascular neoplasms that are found on the vulva, most commonly on the labia majora. They may also be seen on the inner thighs and lower abdomen.

Related topic: angiokeratoma of scrotum

Codes

ICD10CM:
D28.0 – Benign neoplasm of vulva

SNOMEDCT:
402841001 – Angiokeratoma of vulva

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Last Reviewed:08/29/2021
Last Updated:08/29/2021
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Fordyce angiokeratoma of vulva
See also in: Anogenital
A medical illustration showing key findings of Fordyce angiokeratoma of vulva : Female genital, Purple color, Scaly papule
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