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A 10-year-old girl presented with genital bleeding and dysuria for 4 days. In the last 2 days, she needed to change pads four times a day. No trauma or fever was reported. She was taking fosfomycin for presumed urinary tract infection, without improvement of her symptoms. At physical examination, a red-soft doughnut-shaped mass at vaginal introitus was noted (figure 1). No signs of pubertal growth spurt were present.
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