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- Clinical term, means vitiligo (loss of pigment); pathologists should NOT use this term because it has no histologic meaning
- Causes include carcinoma-in-situ / Paget's disease, inflammatory dermatosis (psoriasis, chronic dermatitis), invasive carcinoma, lichen planus, lichen sclerosus, lichen simplex chronicus, squamous cell hyperplasia
End of Vulva > Non-neoplastic disorders > Leukoplakia
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