Blue Nevi - Symptoms and Treatment
Blue Naevus or Nevus , is a special type of melanotic nevus. Blue Nevi are blue-black moles that are common in individuals of Asian descent. It is a dark blue - black nevus covered by smooth skin and with minimal or without melanin pigmentation. Amelanotic cellular blue nevus is a cellular blue nevus. Blue nevi are solitary papules 2 mm to 1 cm in diameter or, less commonly, plaques, with a bluish color. Blue nevi are histologically similar to the Mongolian patch, commonly seen over the sacrum of Asian or African-American children. Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome (BRBNS) is a rare disorder characterized by hemangiomas of the skin and gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Also called Jadassohn-Tièche nevus . The blue nevus, a benign, usually solitary lesion, represents a localized proliferation of dermal melanocytes. They vary greatly in appearance. They can be flat, elevated, smooth, rough, polyp-like, or sessile.
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Treatment of Blue Nevi
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