Pigmented spindle cell nevus is a peculiar variant of Spitz nevus, first described by Richard Reed. It is made up of relatively small, elongated melanocytes organized in elegant oblong nests, often vertically oriented along the edges of rete ridges or horizontally at their bases.
KeywordsSpindle Cell Actinic Keratosis Papillary Dermis Melanocytic Nevus Reticular Dermis
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