Vaginal Inclusion Cyst Dangerous Or Not

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An inclusion cyst is a small encapsulated fluid filled structure due to embryonal or traumatic implantation of epithelium (tissue composed of contiguous cells with a minimum of intercellular substance) into another structure. Inclusion cysts are the most common cystic structures in the vagina.

Several types of benign cysts can develop in the vagina. The most common are inclusion cysts and Gartner duct cysts.

While inclusion cysts are caused by trauma - after an operation or childbirth (the...

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