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  • Eponyms, morphology, and pathogenesis of some less mentioned types of melanocytic nevi. [Review]
    Am J Dermatopathol 2012; 34(6):607-18Fernandez-Flores A
  • Some types of melanocytic nevi are seldom mentioned in the literature and are therefore less well known. In the current study, we focus on the concepts of eponyms, synonyms, clinical presentation, and morphology of the following types: Meyerson nevus, cockarde (or cockade) nevus, Hori nevus, Sun nevus, Hidanos nevus, Duperrat nevus, Spark nevus, nevus spilus, eclipse nevus, Kerl nevus, and Kopf n…
  • Clinical and dermoscopic features of 88 scalp naevi in 39 children. [Journal Article]
    Br J Dermatol 2011; 165(1):137-43Tcheung WJ, Bellet JS, … Nelson KC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Older subjects and boys tend to harbour a larger proportion of scalp naevi. The main clinical patterns include solid-coloured and eclipse naevi. The most common dermoscopic pattern of scalp naevi is the globular pattern. Perifollicular hypopigmentation is a hallmark feature of signature scalp naevi. Dermoscopy is a noninvasive tool in the evaluation of cutaneous melanocytic lesions in children and may decrease the number of unnecessary excisions.
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