Female vulvar squamous intraepithelial neoplasia is a skin lesion that is often ignored by patients in the early stage, but this skin disease often has a certain tendency of malignant transformation. In severe cases, it can even develop into vulvar cancer. Therefore, scientific prevention and treatment of vulvar squamous intraepithelial neoplasia is necessary to avoid similar tragedies.
So, how to make a scientific diagnosis of vulvar squamous intraepithelial neoplasia? In fact, before the biopsy of the pathological tissue, the clinical manifestations of the patient are a good judgment mark. Everyone should learn to discover these details and judge the clinical manifestations of vulvar squamous intraepithelial neoplasia from the appearance, so as to better diagnosis and treatment of this disease.
So,What are the clinical manifestations of vulvar squamous intraepithelial neoplasia? These 3 typical symptoms, you need to know.
1. Clinical manifestation 1: skin itching
For many women, genital itching seems to be commonplace, so occasional skin itching is also Not surprising. However, we need to remind everyone that itching of the vulvar skin is either due to skin infection, such as germs invading the skin and causing skin lesions; or the skin has been mechanically damaged, resulting in skin lesions.
In short, if there is unexplained skin itching, everyone needs to pay enough attention. Patients with vulvar squamous intraepithelial neoplasia will feel itchy skin in the early stage, which is usually most obvious in the vulva and labia majora, so the patient can’t help scratching, but this method cannot relieve the itching Symptoms, on the contrary, will become worse and cause itching to become more and more severe.
2. Clinical manifestation 2: Skin hyperplasia
In addition to skin itching symptoms, some patients will also show typical skin hyperplasia. The most typical warts, these warts generally protrude from the surface of the skin, and exist alone in the skin of the vulva. However, as the disease progresses, the warts may appear multiple and sometimes clustered.
The reason why such warts appear may not be ruled out to be related to human papillomavirus infection, because after human papillomavirus infects the skin, it is very It is easy to cause verrucous hyperplasia of the skin. Therefore, vulvar squamous intraepithelial neoplasia should also be highly suspected if such warts appear on the skin of the vulva.
3. Clinical manifestation three: vulva skin color changes
The skin on the vulva is darker than the skin on other parts of the body. However, when suffering from skin lesions, the depth of this color will be more obvious, usually in the early stage of vulvar squamous intraepithelial neoplasia, patients will have obvious vulvar pigmentation, but with the aggravation of the disease, skin parts appear After the wart is removed, this pigmentation will become lighter again, and even the skin at the lesion will turn white.
Such a gradual skin color change process can actually be a typical clinical manifestation of vulvar squamous intraepithelial neoplasia, as well as a Auxiliary diagnostic criteria.
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