Plasma cell granuloma of urethra in a young woman

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Abstract

This report describes an unfamiliar vulval mass that looked unidentifiable initially, but then was determined histologically to be urethral plasma cell granuloma. The lung is most commonly involved in plasma cell granuloma, and extrapulmonary lesions are considered uncommon. In particular, urethral plasma cell granuloma seems to be extremely rare.

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