• What is a nevus?

    Larisa Isaeva
    Larisa Isaeva
    March 29, 2013
    What is a nevus?

    So what is a nevus? A nevus is a birthmark, and in a more scientific explanation, it is a benign formation on the surface of the skin or even the mucous membrane. A nevus appears as a result of a large amount of pigment in one moment, which is reborn into melanocytes. Over time, a nevus can change shape, color. They are convex and flat, large and small, often on large moles grow thicker and darker hair.

    Nevus can be reborn into a malignant tumor, so you can not expose them to mechanical stress, pull, rub, tear and warm. Nevi can also be removed by surgery.


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