A patient with tuberculosis of the vulva is reported. A 50 years old unmarried female had complaint of persistent vaginal discharge for 10 years. On examination her vulva was hypertrophied and there were papillary growths on clitoral and rectal region. Biopsy showed chronic caseating granulomatous inflammation suggestive of Tuberculosis. The lesions healed completely after giving antituberculous chemotherapy for 6 months.
Female Genital Tuberculosis, Vulval Tuberculosis, Anti-Tuberculous Drugs