Dr. Shahrier Amin

Resident PGY4

Case One

Overview

Clinical history: A 13-year-old, Caucasian female, is referred to the pediatric gynecology clinic for a cyst of the left labia minora. She described that the cyst would swell and then drain clear fluid but denies any pain, pruritus, odour or association with the menstrual cycle. The cyst was excised and sent for histopathological examination.

What is the diagnosis, the main differential, and pathological features that help to distinguish between them?


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