Apr 1, 2020

Labial adhesion: new classification and treatment protocol

Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology
Mirzaman Huseynov, Ali Ekber Hakalmaz

Abstract

to determine the subtypes of the labial adhesion and arrange treatment options accordingly. and Setting: patients who were presented to our clinic with labial adhesion (LA) between July 2016 and February 2018 were divided into 4 groups. Location of the adhesion area, thickness of the adhesive tissue, and response to topical steroid (Betamethasone Valerate 0.1%ointment) therapy were identified as common features. Seventy-five pre-pubertal girls. To determine the subtypes of the labial adhesion and evaluate the treatment response of patients in each subtype. LA was divided into 4 subtypes according to their common characteristics. In type I, two weeks of topical steroid treatment resulted in complete recovery (100%). In type II, 80% of the patients had complete response to topical steroid treatment for an average of 3 weeks. Type III and IV patients were completely unresponsive to topical steroid treatment. Classification of labial adhesion patients into subtypes and determination of treatment based on this classification make a major contribution in planning the treatment of patients, not by trial-and-error, but using a predetermined strategy.

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Lip Structure
Betamethasone
Hypersensitivity Reaction Mediated by Immune Complex
Puberty
Subtype (Attribute)
Evaluation
Determination Aspects
Treatment Options
Interferon Type I
Type II Cellular Hypersensitivity

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