Marked improvement of vulvovaginitis of unknown origin in a pediatric patient - Case report
Materials and Methods: An eight-year-old girl with persistent severe vulvovaginitis of unknown origin also complained of unexplained weight gain and sudden academic difficulties. She was treated with dextroamphetamine sulfate.Results: She not only showed very quick and excellent relief from her vulvovaginitis but she also lost weight and improved her mentality.Conclusions: Sympathomimetic amine therapy may benefit pediatric vulvovaginitis when an infectious cause cannot be ascertained.Purpose: To present a novel therapy for pediatric vulvovaginitis.
Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics and Gynecology
Check, Jerome H. and Cohen, Rachael A., "Marked improvement of vulvovaginitis of unknown origin in a pediatric patient - Case report" (2014). PCOM Scholarly Papers. 287.
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