Rather than categorizing vulvar disorders by standard classifications such as neoplastic, inflammatory, or infective, this book describes the disorders by key presenting symptoms-such as erythema, bullae, plaques, cysts, or ulcers. This approach allows clinicians to quickly formulate a correct diagnosis. Vulval Dermatologic Diagnosis: Diagnosis by
Anatomy. Anatomy. Erythema. Erythema. Erythema Plus Edema. Erythema Plus Scales. Edema. Edema. Edema Plus Ulcers. Vesicles Plus Abrasions/Ulcers. Vesicles Plus Abrasions/Ulcers. Bullae Plus Abrasions. Bullae Plus Abrasions. Bullae Plus Abrasions Plus Scarring. Pustules/Abscess. Pustules/Abscess. Pustules/Abscess Plus Scarring. Papules. Papules. Papules and/or Nodules. Papules and/or Plaques. Plaques. Plaques. Nodules. Nodules. Cysts. Cysts. Ulcers. Ulcers. Pigmentary Changes. Pigmentary Changes. Pruritus with or without Excoriations/Fissures. Pruritus with or without Excoriations/Fissures. Miscellaneous. Mechanical/Obstetric/Surgical Trauma. Congenital Malformations.