Nevi with Particular Pigmentation: Black, Pink, and White Nevus



Nevi with particular pigmentation are defined herein as benign melanocytic nevi that do not contain significant amounts of brown color.


Lichen Planus Mycosis Fungoides Lichen Sclerosis Melanocytic Nevus Amelanotic Melanoma 
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