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What is Blue nevus type?

What is Blue nevus type?

  • Blue nevus type: These are melanomas, that all "atypical blue nevi" are either a nevus or a melanoma, and that the trio of curious designations that serve as title of this work are mere evasions transparently from a diagnosis, straightforwardly, of 1 of only 3 possibilities, to wit, "blue nevus," melanoma, or melanoma in association with a "blue nevus." Benign, dermal melanocytic tumor characterized by an ill-defined, deep dermal proliferation of elongated and/or dendritic dermal melanocytes.

Blue nevus type: Introduction

Types of Blue nevus type:

Broader types of Blue nevus type:

How serious is Blue nevus type?

Prognosis of Blue nevus type: involvement of regional lymph nodes (usually cured by excision of primary lesion and involved nodes)
Complications of Blue nevus type: see complications of Blue nevus type

What causes Blue nevus type?

Causes of Blue nevus type: see causes of Blue nevus type

What are the symptoms of Blue nevus type?

Symptoms of Blue nevus type: see symptoms of Blue nevus type

Complications of Blue nevus type: see complications of Blue nevus type

Blue nevus type: Testing

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Blue nevus type.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Blue nevus type: Dermatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Blue nevus type.
Treatments for Blue nevus type: see treatments for Blue nevus type

Name and Aliases of Blue nevus type

Main name of condition: Blue nevus type

Other names or spellings for Blue nevus type:

atypical blue nevus, metastasizing blue nevus, Spitz's nevus

 

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