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vul·va

 (vŭl′və)
n. pl. vul·vas also vul·vae (-vē)
The external genitals of the female, including the labia majora, labia minora, clitoris, and vestibule of the vagina.

[Latin, womb, covering; see wel- in Indo-European roots.]

vul′val, vul′var (-vər, -vär′), vul′vate′ (-vāt′, -vĭt) adj.
vul′vi·form′ (-və-fôrm′) adj.
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Adj.1.vulvar - of or relating to the vulva
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Sukpan et al., "HPV detection and genotyping in vulvar squamous cell carcinoma in northern Thailand," Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, vol.
Vulvar squamous cell carcinoma development after diagnosis of VIN increases with age.
Verrucous carcinoma, adenoid squamous carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma and sarcomatoid or metaplastic carcinoma are some of the unusual histological variants of vulvar squamous cell carcinoma. [1] Sarcomatoid squamous cell carcinoma is a well-documented tumour in various sites of the body like respiratory tract, [2,3] gastrointestinal tract, [4,5,6] urogenital tract, [7,8] thyroid, [9] skin, [10] breast.
van der Avoort et al., "Vulvar squamous cell carcinoma development after diagnosis of VIN increases with age," European Journal of Cancer, vol.
The key finding: The rate of biopsy-proven vulvar squamous cell carcinoma or intraepithelial neoplasia during follow-up was 4.7% in the poorly compliant group, compared with zero in patients who stuck to the preventive regimen (JAMA Dermatol.
Successful treatment of vulvar squamous cell carcinoma by radical excision and intralesional cisplatin administration in six mares.