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Blue nevus



Blue nevus
Classification & external resources
ICD-O: 8780-8790
DiseasesDB 31098
eMedicine derm/55 
MeSH D018329

Blue nevus, is a special type of melanocytic nevus. It is blue in color as its melanocytes are deeply situated in the skin. The nevus cells are spindle shaped and scattered in deep layers of the dermis. The covering epidermis is normal.

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Nevi and melanomas (8720-8799)Melanocytic nevus - Nodular melanoma - Dysplastic nevus - Lentigo maligna melanoma - Superficial spreading melanoma - Blue nevus
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