*  Congenital nevus (thing) by Protector of Mankind - Everything2.com
Congenital nevi are moles that are present at birth. They have an increased risk of becoming skin malignant melanoma (skin ... Congenital nevus (thing). See all of Congenital nevus, no other writeups in this node. ... Congenital nevi are moles that are present at birth. They have an increased risk of becoming skin malignant melanoma (skin ... cancer), especially if the nevus covers a large area of the body. These birthmarks should be checked out by your doctor and if ...
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*  Pigmented spindle cell (Reed) nevus | Dermpedia
The nevus cells typically contain at least focall abundant coarse melanin pigment, in contrast to Spitz nevus. The pigment may ... Pigmented spindle cell nevus and Spitz nevus exist along a spectrum, and one sometimes encounters lesions with features ... Home › Dermpedia textbook › Melanocytic proliferations › Spindle & epithelioid cell nevi. Pigmented spindle cell (Reed) nevus. ... Dermpedia Scottsdale 2011 Case: Suspected Pigmented Spindle Cell Nevus with Negative FISH. Author: Artur Zembowicz M.D. Ph.D.. ...
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Choroidal Nevus. The dark oval area in the photo represents a nevus, composed of melanin containing cells similar to a mole on ... Using the number of cases of melanoma reported in the US, the estimated chance of a nevus turning into a melanoma is 1 in 8,845 ... A recent population study estimates that, among the Caucasian population, between 5 to 8% harbor a choroidal nevus. ...
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*  What are congenital nevi? | Nicklaus Children's Hospital
Congenital nevus/i (plural) is simply the term for a single small/ medium sized solitary flat or raised tan/dark mole ( ... Also known as: congenital moles, congenital melanocytic nevus. What are congenital nevi?. Congenital nevus/i (plural) is simply ... What are congenital nevi care options?. In many cases, no treatment is needed for congenital nevi. If a doctor is concerned ... What causes congenital nevi?. Congenital nevi are thought to be caused by a non inherited genetic mutation that occurs randomly ...
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... melanocytic nevus)Nevus cell nevus (melanocytic nevus) is the most common skin tumor, and most youngadults have to of these ... the features of hyperpigmented lesions that make themmore likely to be a dysplastic nevus or melanoma than a nevus cell nevus ( ...
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*  Congenital nevus | Dermpedia
Congenital nevi tend to extend much deeper into the dermis than acquired nevi, and sometimes extend into the subcutaneous fat ... Nevus cells surround and often involve the skin appendages.. *Perineural involvement is common, and nevus cells often involve ... Home › Dermpedia textbook › Melanocytic proliferations › Melanocytic nevi. Congenital nevus. Editor: unassigned Article ... Nevi that are present at birth, with histologic features that are distinctive from those of acquired nevi ...
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*  Nevus cell - Wikipedia
Nevus cells are the primary component of a melanocytic nevus. Nevus cells can also be found in lymph nodes and the thymus. ... dermal nevus cells mature into type B (lymphocytoid) dermal nevus cells which mature further into type C (neuroid) dermal nevus ... Nevus cells are a variant of melanocytes. They are larger than typical melanocytes, do not have dendrites, and have more ... May 2003). "Intraparenchymal nevus cell aggregates in lymph nodes: a possible diagnostic pitfall with malignant melanoma and ...
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*  Nevus - Wikipedia
Linear nevus sebaceous syndrome. Etymology[edit]. A nevus may also be spelled naevus. The plural is nevi or naevi. The word is ... Apocrine nevus. Connective tissue nevi[edit]. These nevi represent abnormalities of collagen in the dermis, the deep layer of ... Zosteriform lentiginous nevus. Congenital[edit]. *Congenital melanocytic nevus *These nevi are often categorized based on size ... Becker's nevus. *Blue nevus (rarely congenital): A classic blue nevus is usually smaller than 1 cm, flat, and blue-black in ...
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*  Nevus - Wikipedia
Pigmented spindle cell nevus Spitz nevus Zosteriform lentiginous nevus Congenital melanocytic nevus These nevi are often ... Basal cell nevus syndrome Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome Dysplastic nevus syndrome Epidermal nevus syndrome Linear nevus ... Becker's nevus Blue nevus (rarely congenital): A classic blue nevus is usually smaller than 1 cm, flat, and blue-black in color ... Hori's nevus Nevus spilus (speckled lentiginous nevus): This lesion includes dark speckles within a tan-brown background. ...
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*  Nevus anemicus - Wikipedia
Since the histopathology of nevus anemicus is normal, nevus anemicus is a pharmacologic nevus and not an anatomic one. In most ... Nevus anemicus is a congenital disorder characterized by macules of varying size and shape that are paler than the surrounding ... Nevus anemicus. J Am Acad Dermatol 1986;14:628-32.. Requena L, Sangueza OP. Cutaneous vascular anomalies. Part 1. Hamartomas, ... Results of a skin biopsy would be interpreted as normal and only physiological testing can reveal the nevus in contrast to ...
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*  Nevus sebaceous - Wikipedia
Nevus sebaceus or sebaceous nevus (the first term is its Latin name, the second term is its name in English; also known as an " ... "nevus sebaceus of Jadassohn") is a congenital, hairless plaque that typically occurs on the face or scalp. Such nevi are ... Rarely, sebaceous nevi can give rise to sebaceous carcinoma. However, the rate of such malignancies is now known to be less ... The condition is named for an overgrowth of sebaceous glands in the area of the nevus. Skin growths such as benign tumors and ...
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*  Halo nevus - Wikipedia
"DermaTalk - Halo Nevus". Halo Nevis at eMedicine Halo Nevus About.com article thenevus.com - Halo Nevus Proves Halos Are Not ... "Sutton nevus") is a mole that is surrounded by a depigmented ring or 'halo'. Halo nevi are also known as Sutton's nevi, or ... Halo nevi are named such because they are a mole (nevi) that is surrounded by an area of depigmentation that resembles a halo. ... As halo nevi are only of cosmetic significance, no treatment is required, and patients will be asymptomatic. Although halo nevi ...
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*  Becker's nevus - Wikipedia
Of the nine melanomas, five were in the same body area as the Becker's nevus, with only one occurring within the nevus itself. ... In the French study, 100 subjects were found to have Becker's nevi, revealing a prevalence of 0.52%. Nevi appeared in one half ... The nevus is due to an overgrowth of the epidermis, pigment cells (melanocytes), and hair follicles. This form of nevus was ... The nevus can be present at birth, but more often shows up around puberty. It generally first appears as an irregular ...
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*  Nevus depigmentosus - Wikipedia
Nevus depigmentosus or nevus achromicus is a loss of pigment in the skin which can be easily differentiated from vitiligo. ... Use of the 308-nm excimer laser for nevus depigmentosus: A promising treatment for either nevus depigmentosus or vitiligo. J ... Those with nevus depigmentosus may be prone to sunburn due to the lack of pigment, and the patient should use good sun ... Most patients with nevus depigmentosus do not pursue treatment for their lesion. There is no way to repigment the skin. If, ...
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*  Melanocytic nevus - Wikipedia
A melanocytic nevus (also known as "nevocytic nevus" or "nevus-cell nevus") is a type of lesion that contains nevus cells (a ... Melanocytic nevi represent a family of lesions. The most common variants are: Location: Junctional nevus: the nevus cells are ... Intradermal nevi are raised; most are flesh-colored (not pigmented).[citation needed] Dysplastic nevus (nevus of Clark): ... This includes junctional, compound and intradermal nevus.[citation needed] Congenital nevus: Small to large nevus present at or ...
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*  Hori's nevus - Wikipedia
Hori's nevus (also known as "Acquired bilateral nevus of Ota-like macules") is a cutaneous condition characterized by multiple ... Nevus of Ota List of cutaneous conditions Rapini, Ronald P.; Bolognia, Jean L.; Jorizzo, Joseph L. (2007). Dermatology: 2- ...
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*  Apocrine nevus - Wikipedia
An Apocrine nevus is an extremely rare cutaneous condition that is composed of hyperplastic mature apocrine glands. Eccrine ... nevus Seborrheic keratosis List of cutaneous conditions Freedberg, et al. (2003). Fitzpatrick's Dermatology in General Medicine ...
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*  Eccrine nevus - Wikipedia
Apocrine nevus Nevus comedonicus List of cutaneous conditions Freedberg, et al. (2003). Fitzpatrick's Dermatology in General ... An eccrine nevus is an extremely rare cutaneous condition that, histologically, is characterized by an increase in size or ...
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*  Compound nevus - Wikipedia
A compound nevus is a type of mole formed by groups of nevus cells found in the epidermis and dermis (the two main layers of ... Compound nevus entry in the public domain NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms. ... tissue that make up the skin). http://www.cancer.gov/dictionary?CdrID=44274 Compound nevus This article incorporates public ...
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*  Nevus comedonicus - Wikipedia
Nevus comedonicus (also known as a "comedo nevus") is characterized by closely arranged, grouped, often linear, slightly ... Nevus comedonicus syndrome Skin lesion List of cutaneous conditions Rapini, Ronald P.; Bolognia, Jean L.; Jorizzo, Joseph L. ( ...
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*  Spitz nevus - Wikipedia
A Spitz nevus (also known as an epithelioid and spindle-cell nevus, benign juvenile melanoma, and "Spitz's juvenile melanoma") ... The main histologic differential diagnoses are pigmented spindle cell nevus and malignant melanoma. Spitz nevi are uncommon. ... Spitz nevi characteristically have vertically arranged nests of nevus cells that have both a spindled and an epithelioid ... Although they are most commonly found on people in their first two decades of life, the age range for people with Spitz nevi is ...
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*  Nevus spilus - Wikipedia
Nevus spilus (also known as speckled lentiginous nevus and zosteriform lentiginous nevus) is a skin lesion that presents as a ... Phakomatosis pigmentokeratotica Zosteriform speckled lentiginous nevus Skin lesion List of cutaneous conditions Rapini, Ronald ...
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*  Dysplastic nevus - Wikipedia
... atypical nevus, B-K mole, Clark's nevus, dysplastic melanocytic nevus, or nevus with architectural disorder. Dysplastic nevi ... A dysplastic nevus or atypical mole is a nevus (mole) whose appearance is different from that of common moles. In 1992, the NIH ... "Dysplastic nevus syndrome" refers to individuals who have high numbers of benign moles and also have dysplastic nevi. A small ... In this classification, a nevus can be defined as benign, having atypia, or being a melanoma. A benign nevus is read as (or ...
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