Mean age 67 years, range Diagnosis and Evaluation Vulvodynia is a diagnosis of exclusion. Few randomized trials of vulvodynia treatment exist. The nonspecific clinical findings often lead to misdiagnosis and an average of 1 year can pass before a biopsy is taken and definitive diagnosis is made. Lawson, MD, and Colleen K. Our goal was to review our experience with Paget's disease of the vulva relative to initial examination, treatment, and oncologic outcome.
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We identified a number of non-randomised studies and drafted a detailed narrative of their results, but these studies were of poor quality and were at high risk of bias. Paget's disease may be primary, arising as an intraepithelial adenocarcinoma, or secondary due to Pagetoid spread of an adjacent or contiguous in situ or invasive tumour. Prognostic factors in Paget's disease of the vulva: Was the group of women who received the comparison intervention surgery, radiotherapy, photodynamic therapy, chemotherapy representative? The search strategy identified unique references.
Clinicopathologic analysis of extramammary Paget's disease. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics ; 1: We identified all relevant articles on PubMed and, using the 'related articles' feature, we carried out a further search for newly published articles. If data are missing or only imputed data are reported, we will contact trial authors to request data on the outcomes only among participants who were assessed. Patient characteristics and HPV type distribution. Treatment As noted in earlier publications, most evidence for treating vulvodynia is based on clinical experience, descriptive and observational studies, or reports of expert committees.