A rare case, when radical vulvectomy had to be done to treat a benign skin disorder is presented. Patient and method: A 56-year-old white woman suffered from severe vulvar acne inversa. The systemic treatments, the incisions and drainages were not successful. The only solution was the radical excision of the seriously damaged vulva, with a satisfactory cosmetic and functional result. The pathology, the diagnosis and the treatment of the disease are also discussed. Conclusion: The authors put emphasis on the importance of the interdisciplinary collaboration.
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