TITLE

Unilateral Ectopic Breast Tissue on Vulva in an Adult Female

AUTHOR(S)
Deshmukh, Santoshkumar; Maske, Audumbar; Deshpande, Akshay; Shende, Shweta
PUB. DATE
August 2012
SOURCE
Indian Journal of Surgery;Aug2012, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p340
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Report
ABSTRACT
Among the ectopic breasts, an ectopic breast tissue on vulva is an extremely rare case, especially in adult period. To our knowledge only 38 cases of ectopic breast tissue on vulva are documented in the world literature, out of which only 10 cases of unilateral ectopic breast tissue on vulva has been reported. Because of its rarity here we report a case of unilateral ectopic breast tissue on vulva in an adult female.
ACCESSION #
80028186

 

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