Compound Nevus

Compound Nevus

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Caption: Compound nevus on patient's temple. Nevi are caused by overactivity or abnormality of melanocytes (skin cells that produce the brown pigment melanin). Most nevi are harmless and do not require treatment. However, if a nevus should suddenly appear, grow, start bleeding or change colour, medical advice should be sought to rule out the possibility of skin cancer.

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Keywords: compound nevus, congenital nevus, congenital skin lesion, dermatological, dermatology, forehead, head, medical, medicine, melanocytic nevus, mole, nevus, skin, skin blemish

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