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Identifying paediatric vulval disease

Identifying paediatric vulval disease



Time to Complete

1 hour


January 26, 2015


January 26, 2015

Programme Description

This article by Dr Ekaterina Burova, Professor Viktor Gladko and Professor Dmitry Edelev reviews some of the most common vulval conditions in prepubertal girls. Key learning points for healthcare professionals include identifying vulvovaginitis and lichen sclerosis, and possible causes of these common vulval conditions.

Educational Objectives

After reading this activity healthcare professionals should be better able to:
  • Diagnose and manage various paediatric vulval conditions
  • Faculty

    Activity authors
    Dr Ekaterina Burova
    Consultant dermatologist
    Bedford Hospital
    United Kingdom

    Professor Viktor Gladko
    Head of the dermatology department and the postgraduate medical school
    Moscow State University of Food Production

    Professor Dmitry Edelev
    Dean, Moscow State University of Food Production

    Test author
    Haymarket Medical Education
    United Kingdom


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