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We evaluated an otherwise healthy, full-term female newborn for a soft, non-tender swelling of the left labium majus (figure 1). Ultrasound scan at birth confirmed the absence of indwelling intraperitoneal structures, ruling out the hypothesis of inguinal hernia. A 2-week follow-up ultrasound revealed a hypoechoic/isoechoic tissue with hyperechoic striae in its context. Doppler ultrasound imaging at 6 and 12 months excluded vascular malformations. The baby …
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