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What is Nevus Comedonicus?

What is Nevus Comedonicus?

  • Nevus Comedonicus: A rare condition characterized by the development of large comedones which can occur in groups or linear arrangements. If it is associated with other congenital malformations, it is called Nevus comedonicus syndrome.

Nevus Comedonicus: Introduction

Types of Nevus Comedonicus:

Broader types of Nevus Comedonicus:

Who gets Nevus Comedonicus?

Gender Ratio for Nevus Comedonicus: equal distribution amongst males and females

How serious is Nevus Comedonicus?

Complications of Nevus Comedonicus: see complications of Nevus Comedonicus

What causes Nevus Comedonicus?

Causes of Nevus Comedonicus: see causes of Nevus Comedonicus

What are the symptoms of Nevus Comedonicus?

Symptoms of Nevus Comedonicus: see symptoms of Nevus Comedonicus

Complications of Nevus Comedonicus: see complications of Nevus Comedonicus

Onset of Nevus Comedonicus: Symptom can develop during childhood or can be present at birth Rarely it may develop in old age.

Nevus Comedonicus: Testing

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Nevus Comedonicus.

How is it treated?

Treatments for Nevus Comedonicus: see treatments for Nevus Comedonicus

Name and Aliases of Nevus Comedonicus

Main name of condition: Nevus Comedonicus

Other names or spellings for Nevus Comedonicus:

Comedo nevus

Acneiform nevus Source - Diseases Database


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