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Synonyms for nevus

a blemish on the skin that is formed before birth

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Specific variants of nevus of Ota have been described in the literature under the names of nevus fuscoceruleus zygomaticus, plaque-type variant of blue nevus.
Pathologic diagnosis: Benign tumors Diagnosis n (%) Hemangioma 5 (9) Ossifying fibroma 4 (7) Adnexal neoplasm 1 (2) Ameloblastic fibro-odontoma 1 (2) Benign fibrous histiocytoma 1 (2) Blue nevus 1 (2) Compound nevus 1 (2) Epithelioma adenoides cysticum 1 (2) Giant cell granuloma 1 (2) Lymphangioma 1 (2) Neurofibroma 1 (2) Osteochondroma 1 (2) Port wine stain 1 (2) Spitz nevus 1 (2) Xanthogranuloma 1 (2) Total 22 (41) Table 4.
The number of hair follicles in NCH lesions are decreased, as mentioned above, but not in the blue nevus.
The differential diagnosis for malignant melanoma includes seborrheic keratosis, traumatized or irritated nevus, pigmented basal cell carcinoma, lentigo, blue nevus, angiokeratoma, traumatic hematoma, venous lake, hemangioma, dermatofibroma, and pigmented actinic keratosis.
B, Cellular blue nevus, displaying bland, fusiform spindled cells without nuclear atypia or mitotic activity.
This syndrome is characterized by the following: nevus flammeus, nevus spilus, lentigines, blue nevus with or without nevus amenicus.
The rare dermatoses, which we did not encounter in our study, include transient neonatal pustular melanosis, subcutaneous fat necrosis of newborns, nevus sebaceous, port wine stain, supernumerary nipples and blue nevus.
Pigmente tipte olduklarinda klinik olarak malin melanom, blue nevus ve melanositik nevuslerle karisabilirler.
Several proof-of-principle studies showed potential applications of FISH to solve a variety of diagnostic dilemmas in the evaluation of melanocytic tumors, including differentiating blue nevus-like metastasis from blue nevus, mitotically active nevus from nevoid melanoma, and dysplastic nevus from superficial spreading melanoma.
Hastalarimizin klinik ve dermatoskopik tanilari Tani Lezyon sayisi (%) Junctional nevus 183 (%20) Compound nevus 179 (%19,8) Dermal nevus 176 (%19,5) Konjenital 138 (%15,2) melanositik nevus Lentigo 39 (%4,3) Seboreik keratoz 39 (%4,3) Kafeola 39 (%4,3) Displastik nevus 32 (%3,5) Akrokordon 19 (%2,1) Hemanjiyom 13 (%1,4) Akral 11 (%1,2) melanositik nevus Nevus spilus 9 (%1) Blue nevus 8 (%0,8) Dermatofibrom 8 (%0,8) Aktinik keratoz 5 (%0,5) Bazal hucreli 1 (%0,1) karsinom Yuzeyel yayilan 1 (%0,1) melanom Digerleri: Efelid, 4 (%0,4) Lentigo maligna, Bowen hastaligi, Aksesuar meme
Atypical" blue nevus, "malignant" blue nevus, and "metastasizing" blue nevus: a critique in historical perspective of three concepts flawed fatally.
Pigmented epithelioid melanocytoma: a low-grade melanocytic tumor with metastatic potential indistinguishable from animal-type melanoma and epithelioid blue nevus.
Several "proof-of-principle" studies (23-26) have shown potential applications of FISH for solving a variety of diagnostic dilemmas in the evaluation of melanocytic tumors, including differentiating blue nevus-like metastasis from blue nevus, mitotically active nevus from nevoid melanoma, and dysplastic nevi from superficial spreading melanoma.
This type of melanoma resembling blue nevus (so-called malignant blue nevus) sometimes arises in association with a blue nevus.