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Agminated Nevus

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Abstract

An agminated nevus consists of multiple pigmented lesions of the same kind, occurring in a cluster or circumscribed group in a localized area of the body.

Keywords

Melanocytic Nevus Pigment Lesion Blue Nevus Congenital Melanocytic Nevus Skin Phototype 
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