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Vulvite: Sources and notes

Vulvitis and vulvovaginitis of the prepubertal child. Communication at the 31st Days of the National College of French Obstetricians Gynecologists, Dr. C. Duflot-Cohade 2007.

- YR Smith, Berman DR, Quint EH. Premenarchal vaginal discharge: findings of procedures to rule out foreign bodies.J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2002.

- Moraes, PS, Taketomi, EA: Allergic vulvovaginitis. Annals of Allergy, Asthma, Immunology 85: 253, 2000.

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