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ABSTRACT
L'endométriose est une localisation ectopique du tissu endométrial au niveau de la peau. Fréquemment observée chez les femmes en âge de procréer, la localisation cutanée est très rare et correspondrait à moins de 5,5% des cas d’endométriose. Dans le présent article, nous décrivons notre expérience d'un cas d'endométriose cutanée très atypique cause d’une errance. Les arguments de diagnostic définitif ont été déterminés après exérèse totale de la lésion et étude histopathologique. Dans notre observation, le différentiel avec la leishmaniose cutanée s’est posé avec acuité vu le contexte épidémiologique de cette maladie parasitaire.


RÉSUMÉ
Endometriosis is the ectopic location of the endometrial tissue. Although endometriosis is common in women of childbearing age, skin implantation is rare and often overlooked, and corresponding to less than 5.5% of cases of endometriosis. In this paper, we describe our experience with a case of atypical cutaneous endometriosis causing diagnostic wandering. The definitive diagnostic arguments were determined after total excision of the lesion and histopathological study. The differential with cutaneous leishmaniasis was of particular interest given the epidemiological context of this parasitic disease.

Keywords

Cutaneous endometriosis, atypical site, back of the hand Endométriose cutanée, siège atypique, dos de la main, leishmaniose cutanée

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Séraphine , Z., Ouédraogo, N. A. ., & korsaga, . N. . (2022). Endométriose Cutanée Atypique : À Propos d’un Cas à l’Hôpital de District de Boulmiougou. HEALTH SCIENCES AND DISEASE, 23(7). Retrieved from https://hsd-fmsb.org/index.php/hsd/article/view/3776

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