NeoGenomics Enters into Strategic Supply Agreement with Abbott for Development of a Melanoma Cancer Test
...orted that current diagnostic tools and techniques for detecting cutaneous melanoma can be especially difficult in cases arising in association with a nevus
(mole), and that 30-50% of cutaneous melanomas occur with an associated nevus. A FISH test for melanoma has the potential to improve existing diagnos...
Skin Woes Take Toll on U.S. Combat Troops
...ere evacuated from the war zones for ill-defined, non-traumatic skin conditions. The main outcome of the study was that dermatitis, benign melanocytic nevus
[noncancerous moles], malignant neoplasms [skin cancers], urticaria [hives], and a group of nonspecific diagnoses were the most common post-evacuation...
Cynosure's Accolade(TM) Workstation for Pigmented Lesions Receives Korean Regulatory Approval
...low for rapid treatment.
"With its power and precision, Accolade is well-suited for treating the
full spectrum of benign pigmented lesions including nevus
of Ota, solar
lentigenes, freckles and sun-damaged pigmentation," said Dr. Joon-hong Park
of the Maymorning Clinic in Sungnam City, Kyunggi-Do, South ...
Cynosure Launches Three Aesthetic Products at American Academy of Dermatology 2008 Annual Meeting
... Accolade will include Japan, Korea and China,
where dermal lesions such as nevus
of Ota and nevus
of Ito are common.
"Given the market potential for this technology, parti...
Solarium use is associated with an increased risk of skin cancer
The presence of irregularly shaped moles, called nevi, also increases the risk of melanoma cancer, the study found. Women with a single nevus
on the leg were about twice as likely to develop the disease. With more than seven nevi, the risk went up about 300 percent, the researchers report....
Nevus in Medical Technology
Nevus in Medical Definition
...a  2.Choroidal Melanoma  3.Choroidal Metastasis  4.Choroidal nevus
 5.Choroidal Osteoma  6.Ciliary Body Melanoma  7.The nevus
of Ota 
Conjunctival Tumors 1.Conjunctival Kaposi's Sarcoma  ...
Nevus in Medical Dictionary
is the medical term for sharply-circumscribed and chronic lesions of the skin. These lesions are commonly named birthmarks and moles. By definition, nevi are benign. Using the term nevus
and nevi loosely, most... A dysplastic nevus
, is an atypical melanocytic nevus
; a mole w...
Bathing trunk nevus
A bathing trunk nevus
is a dark colored, often hairy patch of skin present at ... Bathing trunk nevus
may be associated with other birth defects. ... However, in some families bathing trunk nevus
may be inherited. Bathing trunk nevus
may occur with: Growth of fatty ...
...e color of the birthmark, which ranges ... A port wine stain , or nevus
flammeus, is a birthmark consisting of malformed, ... While an obvious ...ark which is caused by a ... The port - wine stain (also known as nevus
flammeus) appears as a flat, pink, red ... you or your child has a port ...
...ngols, Turks, and other ... Mongolian Spot ... Melanocytic/pigmented nevus
( Mongolian spot , Blue nevus, nevus
of Ota, ... These flat birthmarks can be deep brown, slate gray, or b...
... Order Insectivora. Insectivora means insect eater, and this group includes moles , shrews, and hedgehogs. ... The medical term for a mole is a nevus
( mole is Latin for ... Most moles that are acquired during life are usually less than 1/4 inch in size. ... Pennsylvania moles have a hairle...
Nevus in Biological Technology
Nevus in Biological Definition
...ar adenoma , hepatocellular carcinoma
bile ducts epithelium: cholangiocellular adenoma , cholangiocellular carcinoma
melanocytes: melanocytic nevus
, malignant melanoma
Tumors of mesenchymal origin:
fibroma , fibrosarcoma
myxoma , myxosarcoma