Daily Issue (Sep 16. 2019)


Blue nevus is a spot that looks blue instead of brown or black as it is located under the skin. So, it is called a blue nevus.Usually,it is 1-5mm in size, and is a smooth and flat or slightly elevated round blue nevus. It is very unlikely to be malignant.Cancerous nevi may appear in older people and may be suspected when observed in the form of nodules.If the spot is getting bigger(6mm<) and the border is unclean, painful, or sore, cancerous changes should be suspected, and a biopsy should be performed.For treatment, it can be removed with Er:YAG laser or CO2 laser, but as it must be removed deeply, scars may remain. In order to prevent scarring, it can be removed ina step-by-step manner or treated in combination with the pin hole technique. Deep spots left immediately after Er:YAG laser or CO2 laser can be removed by using the long pulsed Alexandrite laser...

 

 

 

 

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