Complications of Epidermal Nevi
Affected individuals may experience a wide variety of complications that may include progressive skeletal malformations, benign and malignant tumors, malformations of blood vessels (vascular malformations), bullous pulmonary disease, and certain skin lesions such as keratinocytic nevi.
Can epidermal nevus turn cancerous?
Is epidermal nevus common?
Can epidermal nevus be removed?
Is epidermal nevus inherited?
Can a nevus turn into melanoma?
Is a nevus a tumor?
How do you get rid of epidermal nevus?
What causes epidermal nevus syndrome?
What does nevus look like?
Can an epidermal nevus grow back?
How do I know if my nevus is cancerous?
Is a compound nevus benign or malignant?
Where are epidermal cells found?
What is epidermal verrucous nevus?
What does Stage 1 melanoma look like?
What is a cancerous mole look like?
Should atypical nevi be removed?
Is nevus curable?
Do nevus go away?
What is the difference between a mole and a nevus?
What causes an epidermal inclusion cyst?
How much does it cost to remove a congenital nevus?
Is a compound melanocytic nevus malignant?
Is nevus a genetic disorder?
Is nevus sebaceous hereditary?
How common is nevus Depigmentosus?
What is another name for nevus?
Can a nevus appear suddenly?
What is an abnormal nevus?
What is Solomon syndrome?
How many people have nevus Comedonicus?
What does a pigmented mole look like?
How long can you live with melanoma untreated?
|SEER stage||5-year relative survival rate|
|All SEER stages combined||93%|
Do you get sick from melanoma?
What happens if a mole is cancerous?
How can you tell the difference between melanoma and nevus?
Early melanomas may be differentiated from benign nevi by the ABCDs, as follows:
- A – Asymmetry.
- B – Border irregularity.
- C – Color that tends to be very dark black or blue and variable.
- D – Diameter ?6 mm.