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Contributors: Mary Spencer MD, Ann Lenane MD, Sireesha Reddy MD, Amy Swerdlin MD, Manasi Kadam Ladrigan MD, Carol Berkowitz MD
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Periurethral bands are present in most pre-pubescent girls and are a normal vestibular finding. These structures are also called vestibular bands or support bands. They often extend to the hymen.

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 – Normal Condition -- no billing code

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There are other normal variants that have to be considered in the vestibular and perihymenal region, and an expert in pediatric gynecology may have to be consulted.

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Last Updated: 01/22/2015
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Periurethral bands : Female genital, Labia minora/vestibule
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