30 yeаrs old patient; without significant pathological antecedents, who had painful and trailing genital ulcerations for two months, increаsing in size and number, she had never presented a similar episode. Moreover, the patient did not report any associated digestive symptoms and in particular not transit problems; nor other systemic signs.
The dermatological examination found genital ulcerations of différent size, the largest of which was 4 cm long axis surrounded by an erythematous halos, with a yellowish-white background in fresh breath, evoking genital aphthosis in Figure 1.
The remainder of the examination demonstrated the presence
of mouth aphthis ignored by the patient in Figure 2, and the patergy
test was positive in Figure 3, the ophthalmologic examination and
the rest of the somatic examination were normal.
In front of the table the diagnosis was a Behcet’s disease, and
the patient was put under colchicine with a complete cicatrization
of the lesions in Figure 4.