Prolapse (Interlabial Mass)

gebl_21a_n.jpg: Intralabial mass in a schoolchild. The mass is slightly yellowishly discolored and has a velvet-like structure in contrast to the mucous membrane of the introitus of the vagina. gebl_21b_n.jpg: Spreading of the vulva with two swabs. The third swab introduced into the vagina covers the introitus. gebl_21a_n.jpg and gebl_21b_n.jpg: The intralabial mass is not a tumor, but a reduced prolapse of the vagina. In contrast to $$turu_18&turu_17&turu_16??££figure for comparison§§, the cause of the prolapse is not a paralysis of the pelvic floor.