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What is Nevoid melanoma?

What is Nevoid melanoma?

  • Nevoid melanoma: Naevoid melanoma is a rare form of nodular melanoma that may mimic benign melanocytic lesions. The lesions are called 'naevoid' because the cytological and architectural features resemble features of benign intradermal or compound melanocytic naevi. Nevoid melanoma is a rare variant of melanoma characterized by deceptive morphologic features reminiscent of a benign melanocytic nevus.

Nevoid melanoma: Introduction

Types of Nevoid melanoma:

Broader types of Nevoid melanoma:

How serious is Nevoid melanoma?

Complications of Nevoid melanoma: see complications of Nevoid melanoma

What causes Nevoid melanoma?

Causes of Nevoid melanoma: see causes of Nevoid melanoma

What are the symptoms of Nevoid melanoma?

Symptoms of Nevoid melanoma: see symptoms of Nevoid melanoma

Complications of Nevoid melanoma: see complications of Nevoid melanoma

Nevoid melanoma: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Nevoid melanoma.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Nevoid melanoma.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Nevoid melanoma: Oncologist, Dermatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Nevoid melanoma.
Treatments for Nevoid melanoma: see treatments for Nevoid melanoma

Name of Nevoid melanoma

Main name of condition: Nevoid melanoma


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