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Year : 1993  |  Volume : 59  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 138--139

Cowpox of vulva

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R R Mittal

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A case of cowpox of vulva in a 19 year old rural girl was diagnosed clinically because of history of contact with cows and other animals, fever, typical umbilicated, circular, yellow, 2 to 10 mm pustules with associated oedema, erythema and lymphadenopathy. Diagnosis was confirmed histopathologically as there was marked spongiosis, reticular-degeneration and occasional intracytoplasmic inclusion body. She developed toxic erythema on 12th day of illness and was cured in 22 days.

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