Intradermal nevus



An intradermal nevus is also called an intradermal melanocytic nevus.


It typically appears as an elevated, dome-shaped bump on the surface of the skin.


About one percent of newborns are born with an intradermal nevus.


It has the same degree of pigmentation as the surrounding skin.


In most cases, intradermal nevi appear after adolescence and are benign skin growths.


In most cases, requires no treatment.


It is possible to remove the mole.


The most likely used method is dermal electrosurgical shave excision.




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