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- Major criteria (both must be met):
- Acute onset
- Exclusion of other causes
- Minor criteria (at least 2 pieces)
- Vestibule or labia minora affected
- Virgo or last GV more than 3 months ago
- General flu symptoms
- Systemic infection in the last 2-4 weeks
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Triggers discussed are viral infections (in 30% evidence of an acute EBV infection), mixed bacterial infections, poor hygiene. Occurrence in underlying diseases such as Behçet 's disease or atypical pneumonia has also been described.
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- Chronic form: Recurrent ulcerations of varying size, slowly healing, especially in the region of the vaginal introitus and the labia majora.
- Gangrenous form: Rapidly growing, scab-covered, painful, possibly perforating, scarring healing ulcerations on the labia minora. Acute onset, fever, regional swelling of lymph nodes.
- Miliary form: small ulcerations on the border of the greater labia, on the perineum and the lesser labia.
- Histology: lymphocytic vasculitis
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- Chen W et al. (2019) Lipschütz genital ulcer revisited: is juvenile gangrenous vasculitis of the scrotum the male counterpart? Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology 33.9: 1660-1666.
- Korting GW et al (1979) Ulcus vulvae acutum with cold agglutinin-positive, mycoplasma-related atypical pneumonia. Dermatologist 30: 550-552
- Lipschütz B (1913) On a peculiar form of ulceration of the female genitalia (ulcus vulvae acutum). Arch Dermatol Syphilis (Vienna) 114: 363-395
- Lipschütz B (1918) On vulvae acutum. Wiener klin Wochenschr 31: 461-464
- Pelletier F et al (2003) Lipschutz genital ulceration: a rare manifestation of paratyphoid fever. Eur J Dermatol 13: 297-298
- Torok L et al (2000) Ulcus vulvae acutum. Cutis 65: 387-389
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