Clitoris Bruised

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Figure 4.40. The genitalia of the normal female infant gape, partially revealing the labia minora and, perhaps, the clitoris. The labia majora are full, and the thickened labia minora protrude between them. The mucosa normally is pink and a mucoid vaginal secretion is common.

Figure 4.41. Normal external female genitalia in a premature infant. Note the prominence of the labia minora. The clitoris is large in preterm babies with the result that the inexperienced physician may suspect ambiguous genitalia.

Figure 4.42. Marked swelling and bruising of the external genitalia in a normal female infant born via breech extraction. Some of the trauma may occur during vaginal exam of the mother during labor. This usually improves rapidly.

Figure 4.41. Normal external female genitalia in a premature infant. Note the prominence of the labia minora. The clitoris is large in preterm babies with the result that the inexperienced physician may suspect ambiguous genitalia.

Bruised Child Labia Minora

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  • Filmon
    What is a reason for my clito to have a bruise?
    3 years ago

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