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We are presenting the case of a patient with Rokitansky Syndrome who had a vaginal infection six years after the reconstruction of a neovagina with splint-thickness skin graft. The infection was caused by the human papilloma virus. After the appropriate treatment, the patient healed and the lesions disappeared completely.doi:10.4321/s0376-78922007000100005 fatcat:zh7n2idq2bhhjd6qixs4isbvu4