Isolated labial fusion as a cause of acute urinary retention in early adolescent period
Fusion of the labia majora is generally an acquired defect because of local inflamation, trauma and vaginal lacerations. In postmenauposal period, it is associated with lichen sclerosis. It is typically found in young neonates or prepubertal girls when the labia and vagina are not adequately estrogenized. In this study, a 14-year adolescent with labial fusion as a cause of acute urinary retention is presented.
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