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Inflamed urethral caruncle. Close-up of the vagina of a 66-year-old female patient with an inflamed and thrombosed urethral caruncle. Urethral caruncles are a benign (non-cancerous) skin condition characterised by lesions of the urethra. They can be various sizes and appear red, often with the appearance of a tumour. They are most commonly found in postmenopausal females.
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