DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20220594

Post-traumatic high vaginal stricture and hematocolpos impersonating vaginal septum in adolescent girl: a case report

Smeet Patel, Sanjay Patel, Priyanka Bhadana, Ria Shetty

Abstract


Vaginal stenosis was once a well-known condition in various nations. Vaginal stenosis can be caused by a variety of factors and manifest in a variety of ways. Because its occurrence is based on misinformation and cultural beliefs, acquired gynaetresia continues to be a major public health concern in underdeveloped nations, despite the fact that it is preventable. Traditional treatment involves an abdomino-perineal approach that requires a laparotomy. We are presenting a rare instance of vaginal stenosis following perineal trauma in an adolescent girl, which resulted in hematocolpos, and also as a novel laparoscopic technique to the management of significant vaginal stenosis.


Keywords


Vaginal stenosis, Post-traumatic high vaginal stricture, Hematocolpos

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