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Leukorrhea is a unusual vaginal discharge. It causes itch, feeling of humidity in perineum area.

Vulvar leukorrhea is usually classed under the name of purulent vulvitis.[1] Another form of the vulvae is a follicular vulvitis.

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  1. Darwin, George Henry (1884). Leucorrhœa; Or, the "whites": A Treatise Upon the Most Common of the Morbid Discharges Peculiar to Women. John Heywood, Deansgate and Ridgefield, Manchester; and 11, Paternoster Buildings, London.