Moles

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Description

Moles consitute the clinical manifestation of benign proliferation of cellular elements that are naturally present in the skin.

Thus, the melanocytic mole is considered a benign manifestation of the proliferation of Melanocytes, which, on the other hand, are basic components of the basal cellular layer of the epidermis. An epidermal mole is a benign Proliferation of skin cells.

Some moles are present since birth while others develop in the first decades of life.

History

The moles are very frequent. They appear in almost every person. Many times patients consult the dermatologist because they are concerned about their nature and for aesthetic reasons. Many of them can be differentiated by a simple overview. The doctor may decide whether the lesion is benign or potentially malignant. It is also possible to predict an automatic withdrawal of the mole-in which case it is better not to touch-whether it can be removed with simple surgery, or finally when necessary with plastic surgery .

Kinds of mole
  • Skin mole
  • Becker’s nevus
  • Sebaceous nevus
  • Noncomedo nevus
  • Lipomatous nevus
  • Connective Tissue nevus
  • Papillary cyrigovesenoma
  • Melanocyte nevus
  • Congenital melanin cytric nevus
  • Giant Spinnaeus nevus
  • Melanocytic nevus
  • Mixed nevus
  • Intraocular nevus
  • Cyanide nevus
  • Mongolian blue spots
  • Nevus of OTA and ITO
  • Colorless mole
  • Cafe au lait
  • Cellular mole
  • SUTTON’s nevus
  • Meyerson nevus
  • Melanocytic Tumor of REED cells
  • Juvenile melanoma
  • Smooth Hemangioma
  • Asteroid Hemangioma
  • Erpon Hemmmagoma
  • Angiobor of Mlbello
  • Anaemic taint
  • Lymphatic Nevi
Differential diagnosis between juvenile and malignant melanosi
PointsJuvenile melanoma Malignant melanoma

Shapeliness

Yes

Yes

Paktoid

Type extension

Uncommon

Frequent

Cytoplasm

Yes

Yes

Cores

Not

Yes

Giant cells

Homogeneous cores

Multiforme nuclei

Mitotic

Activity

Never Informal

Often informal

Melanin

Usually absent

Very intense

Vascular distention

Usually present

Very intense

Maturation accordingly

With depth

This

Absent

Kamino Socheyes

Yes

Usually not

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