Summary. Hypoplastic vulva (aka “recessed” or “juvenile” vulva) is common condition of canine conformation in which the vulva is at least partially engulfed by.
A recessed vulva, also referred to as a juvenile or hypoplastic vulva, is a conformational issue that occurs in female dogs. In this condition, the vulva is recessed.
Abstract. Recessed or juvenile vulva is frequently observed in female dogs of all ages. This may be a normal finding unaccompanied by clinical problems.
A hypoplastic or recessed vulva in dogs is when the female has large skin folds that are covering the vulva. This condition makes female dogs highly prone to.
Juvenile Vulva, Recessed Vulva, Episioplasty, Vulvoplasty is created where bacteria and yeast can thrive, resulting in vulvar fold dermatitis (Figure 1).