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Vulval aggressive angiomyxoma – a rare entity

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Aggressive Angiomyxoma is a very rare, distinctive, locally invasive soft tissue tumour, that occurs most commonly in the perineum, pelvis, vulva and vagina. It is seen mostly in women of reproductive age group. It has a tendency for recurrence locally, treatment being surgical excision. We hereby describe a case of 38-year-old patient with a pedunculated growth on the right labium majora


angiomyxoma, pedunculated, vulva, vulval discharge, bleeding, mesenchymal cells, ulceration, epidermal atrophy, sexual difficulty, constitutional symptoms, menstrual cycles