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ne·vus

 (nē′vəs)
n. pl. ne·vi (-vī′)
Any of various congenital or acquired lesions of the skin or oral mucosa that are usually pigmented and raised and may include epidermal, connective, vascular, or other types of tissue.

[Latin naevus.]

ne′void′ (-void′) adj.

nevus

(ˈniːvəs)
n, pl -vi (-vaɪ)
(Medicine) the usual US spelling of naevus

ne•vus

(ˈni vəs)

n., pl. -vi (-vī).
any congenital anomaly of the skin, including moles and various types of birthmarks.
[< Latin naevus mole]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nevus - a blemish on the skin that is formed before birthnevus - a blemish on the skin that is formed before birth
blemish, mar, defect - a mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body); "a facial blemish"
nevus flammeus, port-wine stain - a flat birthmark varying from pink to purple
Translations

ne·vus

n. nevo, lunar, marca de nacimiento.
comedonicus ______ comedónico;
compound ______ compuesto;
dysplastic ______ de displasia, con algunas células malignas;
faun tail ______ de cola de fauno;
flammeus ______ flamante;
junction, junctional ______ de unión;
melanocytic ______ melanocítico;
sebaceous ______ sebáceo.

nevus

n (pl nevi) nevo; dysplastic — nevo displásico
References in periodicals archive ?
1] In this case, the lesion first appeared to be nevoid, suggesting that it might be secondary to a preexisting nevocellular nevus.
Other dermatoses observed in this study were Lichen striatus, Linear Lichen planus, inflammatory Linear verrucous epidermal nevus, Lichen nitidus, Paederus dermatitis, Hypomelanosis of Ito, Linear and Whorled nevoid hypermelanosis.
48) The finding of generalized BFHs should prompt further investigation to rule out nevoid BCC syndrome, Cowden syndrome, generalized follicular hamartoma syndrome, and Rombo syndrome.
The most prominent tumor in Gorlin-Goltz syndrome is BCC; therefore, this syndrome is also called nevoid BCC syndrome.
Rare association with nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome is reported.
Regarding the exclusion criteria, patients with infections or malignant transformation and those with nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome were not considered in the study.
1 As compared to other cysts of the jaw they have an unusual characteristics of high recurrence rate, aggressive behaviour and distant clinical features and its association with nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome.
Multiple KCOTs are suggestive of the presence of the nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome.
The pattern of involvement may be linear, nevoid, unilateral, zosteriform and uncommonly bilateral.
Starink (4) classified the condition into four types: solitary, multiple and associated with ectodermal dysplasia, multiple without associated cutaneous findings and non-familial unilateral linear (sometimes referred to as nevoid ESFA).
Multiple lesions are associated with Gorlin-Goltz syndrome or nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome.