Clinical information. Medical knowledge and documentation of this disorder is poor, likely due to a combination of factors including recent discovery, low prevalence, and the more or less aesthetic nature of the effects of the skin disorder.Thus the pathophysiology of Becker's nevus remains unclear. While it is generally considered an acquired rather than congenital disorder, there exists at. Becker′s nevus is a relatively common cutaneous hamartoma which usually affects young males and is characterized by a unilateral hyperpigmented, hypertrichotic patch on the upper trunk or proximal upper extremities. Although usually acquired, a few congenital cases have also been reported. The lesions usually have a geographic or block-like. 5387003 - Becker's nevus Look For. Subscription Required. Diagnostic Pearls. Subscription Required. Differential Diagnosis & Pitfalls. Giant congenital nevi are darker and have a distorted hair pattern, often with coarse hair, unlike the regular but exuberant hair in a Becker nevus.; Epidermal nevi frequently have more epidermal changes and lie in a dermatomal distribution Becker nevus syndrome, or hairy epidermal nevus syndrome, was first described by Happle in 1949, as an association of Becker nevus with breast hypoplasia on one side of the body, and ipsilateral. Becker melanosis (Becker's Nevus) (BM) is a form of acquired hyperpigmentation. This condition was described by S. William Becker as concurrent melanosis and hypertrichosis in the distribution of nevus unius lateris. This activity describes the evaluation and management of Becker melanosis and explains the role of the interprofessional team.
Becker's melanosis, also known as Becker nevus, is a relatively common, usually affects young males, singular, cutaneous hamartoma, which is classically characterized by a unilateral hyperpigmented, hypertrichotic patch on the upper trunk or proximal upper extremities, with its onset during the peripubertal years. A 19- year-old female patient had multiple becker nevi at right arm, right mid. Becker's nevus also known as pigmented hairy epidermal nevus was first described by Samuel William Becker in 1949, as an acquired localized hypermelanosis and hypertrichosis on the shoulder in two young men. It typically presents as sharply demarcated hyperpigmented patch characteristically situated over the shoulder, anterior chest or scapula Becker's nevus also known as Becker melanosis, is a non-cancerous, large, brown birthmark occurring mostly in males. Becker's nevus can be present at birth, but is usually first noticed around puberty. Becker's nevus typically occurs on one shoulder and upper trunk but occasionally occurs elsewhere on the body Skin nonmelanocytic tumor - Becker's nevus (Becker's melanosis) First described by Becker in 1948 (Arch Dermatol 1948;60:155) Present in 0.5% of young men (Ann Dermatol Venereol 1981;108:41) Sex ratio close to 1:1 despite apparent increase in women due to association with breast hypoplasia (An Bras Dermatol 2010;85:379) Associated with high localized androgen receptor expression (J Am Acad. Becker's nevus on the forearm, elbow and lower arm has not reported in the Indian literature so the present case is reported. Introduction Becker's melanosis was described by S. William Becker in 1949 as concurrent melanosis and hypertrichosis in the distribution of nevus unius lateris . The first appearance of the nevus is in the.
The new term Becker nevus syndrome is proposed for a phenotype characterized by the presence of a particular type of organoid epithelial nevus showing hyperpigmentation, increased hairiness and hamartomatous augmentation of smooth muscle fibers, and other developmental defects such as ipsilateral hypoplasia of breast and skeletal anomalies including scoliosis, spina bifida occulta, or. Becker's Nevus Becker's nevus is an uncommon (but not rare) benign skin lesion. Nevus is another word for a mole and as such this growth appears as a very large and irregularly shaped mole. Which can be present at birth but most appear in puberty A nevus is a benign proliferation of epidermal cells and melanocytes. Becker's nevus is a non-cancerous benign growth that is brown-black in color and progressively grows darker with age. It presents as a lesion along the shoulder and upper trunk,.. 1. Becker SW. Concurrent melanosis and hypertrichosis in distribution of nevus unius lateris. Arch Dermatol Syphilol 149; 60 155-60. 2. Sahu P, et al. Becker's nevus associated with basal cell carcinoma: An unusual presentation in a sun-protected area. An Bras Dermatol 2017; 92: 145-7. 3. Pai VV, et al. Becker's nevus among siblings Becker's nevus is an acquired and persistent asymmetrical area of skin pigmentation sometimes showing evidence of increased androgen sensitivity which typically occurs, postpuberty. Though the usual site is described as shoulder, anterior chest, or scapular region, it can occur over other unusual sites as well
The Becker nevus resembles the cafe-au-lait stain, but differs from it in the reticulated fringe areas and the frequent hypertrichosis. Naevus spilus: This is similar to the cafe-au-lait stain or the Becker naevus. It differs from both, however, by the darker cracks in the underlying brown spot Becker's nevus syndrome is an association of Becker's nevus with unilateral breast hypoplasia and muscle, skin, and/or skeletal abnormalities. We here report a case of a 15 year-old female who presented with bilateral Becker's nevus over her groins, thighs, vulva, and in front of the neck from the age of 5 years Becker's nevus is also known as Becker's melanosis or pigmented hairy epidermal nevus. It is a variety of epidermal nevus with dominant clinical features of pigmentation, hypertrichosis, and lack of warty changes, sometimes showing evidence of increased androgen sensitivity, and co-localizing with other developmental anomalies such as smooth muscle hamartoma, pectus excavatum, spina bifida. Becker's nevus is also known as Becker's melanosis, Becker's pigmentary hamartoma and pigmented hairy epidermal nevus.  It is a skin disorder which affects predominantly males.  It is a benign cutaneous hamartoma that developed as a light or dark brown macule with well defined but irregular borders and can present with hypertrichosis
Becker's Nevus causes abnormal skin discoloration, abnormal hair growth, and thickening of skin (verrucous skin surface) It is an uncommon condition that mostly affects males. Becker's Nevus forms during one's childhood or adolescent stage and the skin lesions are mostly observed on the shoulders and back. Becker's Nevus may present. Becker nevus syndrome refers to a rare disorder comprising the typical pigmented lesion and its associated developmental abnormalities. Becker nevus itself is typically localized on the upper trunk, scapular or upper arm unilaterally; however, it can occasionally occur as multiple or bilateral lesions on any parts of the body. In this report, a rare case of multiple Becker nevi arranged in a. Becker's nevus syndrome is part of the epidermal nevus syndromes and has been described with a phenotype that includes Becker's nevus, ipsilateral breast hypoplasia, and variable skeletal malformations. It is more frequent in males than in females (5 : 1) but is more relevant in females. The diagnosis is clinically based and the skin lesion must be present and no other numbered criteria.
Becker's nevus (BN), also known as Becker's melanosis, is an unilateral, cutaneous hamartoma predominantly affecting males. This form of pigmented nevoid melanosis was first described by American dermatologist, Samuel William Becker (1894-1964), in the year 1948. It is characterized by a large, hyperpigmented macule with irregular borders and. . The exact pathogenesis of Becker's nevus is not clear, but hormonal disturbances might play a triggering role. Q-switched lasers have demonstrated favorable effects on improving hyperpigmentation lesions; however, following using a Q-switched laser, the nevus usually reoccurs. Becker's nevus, also known as pigmented hairy epidermal nevus, is characteristically described as a unilateral, hairy, light to dark brown macule with sharply outlined but irregular border. The etiopathogenesis of Becker's nevus is still not clearly understood. Perifollicular pigmentation has been d
Becker's nevus, also called Becker's melanosis or pigmented hairy epidermal nevus, is a benign cutaneous hamartoma characterized by hyperpigmented macule usually with hypertrichosis. It is rarely associated with neurofibromatosis. We report a 2 ½ yrs old male child with coexistent congenital Becker's nevus and type 1 neurofibromatosis Photo 2 Becker's Nevus: No literature is available on successful treatment of Becker's nevus laser in dark skin. Skincity has developed protocol of treating Becker's nevus with LEO 540 (Light Energy Optimization) at fluence 16 to 20 J/cm², in 4 to 6 session with excellent result, good color match (color match was poor in very dark skin. Speaking as someone who actually has the condition: a) it is completely benign so the only possible reason one might actually seek treatment for it would be aesthetic. As long as there are no significant changes to your skin over tiime (which, wit.. Becker's nevus is a common pigmented dermatosis, usually featured by ipsilateral pigmented patch with hypertrichosis. Becker's nevus is often treated with various types of lasers although other regimens are available. However, clinical outcomes appear inconsistent among studies. To summarize the clinical outcomes of Becker's nevus treated with lasers via literature review The differential diagnosis of small and medium CMN includes smooth muscle hamartoma or Becker's nevus, mastocytoma, variants of dermal melanocytosis, and café au lait macules. Large CMN may be confused with a pigmented, plexiform neurofibroma. Histologic evaluation, dermoscopic evaluation and the development of typical CMN features over time.
A number of cutaneous associations were reported with Becker's nevus. However, coexistence of vitiligo and Becker's nevus is a rare finding. We report such a finding in a 15-year-old boy who presented with Becker's nevus on the left side of chest and upper arm and had developed depigmented lesions on the same site over the past 5 months Nevus sebaceus (NS) and Becker's nevus (BN) are two variants of epidermal nevi. NS clinically presents as a yellowish-orange, hairless plaque on the scalp, face, or neck, while BN presents as a tan-to-brown hyperpigmented, sometimes hypertrichotic, plaque typically on the chest and shoulder. Histologically, NS displays mature or nearly mature sebaceus glands as well as acanthosis and.
. Becker's nevus with ipsilateral breast hypoplasia: a case report and review of literature. Arch Iran Med 2006; 9: 68-71. View article Google Scholar; Sirka CS, Puhan MR, Behera S, Mohanty P, Nanda M. Becker's nevus with ipsilateral breast hypoplasia Becker, in fact, called his original cases concurrent mela- nosis and hypertrichosis in distribution of nevus unius lateris. However, subsequent articles doc- ument the hamartomatous features of other ecto- dermally and mesodermally derived tissues within the Becker's lesion Abstract: Becker's nevus (BN) classically presents as a single, sharply demarcated, unilateral, hyperpigmented, tan colored macule over the shoulder or pectoral area and is more frequent in adolescent males than females. In this study, we present an acquired, non-syndromic atypical BN in a Saudi female
Becker's nevus (also known as Becker's melanosis, Becker's pigmentary hamartoma, Nevoid melanosis, and Pigmented hairy epidermal nevus ) is a skin disorder predominantly affecting males. :687 The nevus generally first appears as an irregular pigmentation (melanosis or hyperpigmentation) on the torso or upper arm (though other areas of the body can be affected), and gradually. Becker's nevus is an epidermal cutaneous hamartoma most commonly appearing in adolescents and more in men than women. Becker's nevus syndrome is a very rare syndrome with characteristics that include Becker nevus and hypoplasia of ipsilateral breast gland plus skeletal, muscular, or other skin disorders Becker's nevus is a cutaneous hamartoma affecting approximately 1 in 200 individuals (Tymen et al., 1981). Becker's nevus appears in childhood as a unilateral tan patch, increasing in thickness, pigmentation, and hair growth during adolescence (Becker, 1949; Glinick et al., 1983) (Figure 1a). Histologically, epidermal acanthosis is accompanied by irregularly dispersed ectopic smooth muscle.
ABSTRACT Becker nevus (BN) or Becker melanosis is a cutaneous hamartoma characterized by a large, unilateral, hyperpigmented area with irregular borders and coarse dark terminal hairs. Becker nevus is thought to be an androgen-dependent lesion with increased androgen sensitivity and receptor density within the lesion. Although Becker's nevus is generally unilateral in nature Becker's Nevus with Recurrent Eczema Limited to the Nevus Lesion Several dermatoses have been reported in association with Becker's nevus.Eczematous dermatitis associated with Becker's nevus is extremely rare, described in only two previous case reports. We report a case of 21-year-old male with recurrent eczema lesions which were always localized within the underlying Becker's nevus lesion A well-demarcated brownish patch of ∼10×12 cm in size over the left shoulder extending to left arm with irregular borders. A 22-year-old healthy male presented with an asymptomatic hyperpigmented lesion over his left shoulder and upper arm. The lesion developed at the onset of puberty and became progressively darker since past 2 years. On examination, a well-demarcated brownish patch of ∼. Becker nevus syndrome refers to a rare disorder comprising the typical pigmented lesion and its associated developmental abnormalities. Becker nevus itself is typically localized on the upper trunk, scapular or upper arm unilaterally; however, it can occasionally occur as multiple or bilateral lesions on any parts of the body
23 Becker's Nevus 24 Bed Bugs 25 Behçet Disease 26 Bioterrorism 27 Bites and Stings 28 Blastomycosis 29 Blistering Distal Dactylitis 30 Body Dysmorphic Disease (Dermatologic Nondisease) 31 Bowen's Disease and Erythroplasia of Queyrat 32 Bullous Pemphigoid 33 Burning Mouth Syndrome (Glossodynia) 34 Calcinosis Cutis 35 Calciphylaxi Becker nevus. The Becker nevus is a dark patch of hairy skin appearing to have a checkerboard shape, becoming larger and darker after puberty because of its androgen-dependent nature. It is found. Pai VV, Shukla P, Bhobe M. Becker's nevus among siblings. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol. 2016;82(3):359. Hernandez-Quiceno S, Uribe-Bojanini E, Ramírez-Jiménez JJ, et al. Becker's nevus syndrome in a pediatric female patient. Case Rep Pediatr. 2016;2016:3856518 Introduction. Becker's nevus (BN) was first described by William Becker as a concurrent melanosis and hypertrichosis in the distribution of nevus unius lateris ().It is fairly a common condition, presented as a single, asymptomatic, unilateral lesion mostly located over shoulders and anterior chest ().BN usually affects adolescent male more than female with a ratio of 5:1 (2-4)
Becker's nevus. Last Update: 2014-12-09 Usage Frequency: 5 Quality: Reference: IATE Warning: This alignment may be wrong. Please delete it you feel so. (Spanish>Italian) i will be not upload in my story (English>Hindi). Becker nevus is considered a benign process; however, an association with melanoma was discussed in a series of 9 patients in whom both Becker nevus and melanoma developed. In this series, 5 patients developed melanoma on the same body site as the Becker nevus, but in 1 patient only did melanoma develop within the Becker nevus Becker nevus syndrome, defined as Becker melanosis with concurrent developmental defects, reportedly has a male to female ratio between 1:1.5 and 1:2 . The apparent female predominance may be due to increased reporting in women since ipsilateral breast and/or areolar hypoplasia would be more conspicuous in females than in males [ 6 , 15 ] Electrology definition: the destruction of living tissue, such as hair roots , by an electric current , usually... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and example A typical Becker's nevus at an atypical site in a female child. Indian Journal of Paediatric Dermatology3 (2014): 125. Languages Spoken English, Hindi, Tami
Congenital Melanocytic Nevus (CMN): 4-6% develop melanoma w/ in a Giant CMN Blue Nevus - can become malignant / ulcerate (very rare) Becker's nevus - in puberty: hyperpigmentation + hypertrichosis; on chest, upper back, shoulder of males; NO POTENTIAL for malignant chang Shobana Sood, MD. Dermatology. 4.9 with 306 ratings. Sees Adults (18-65), Geriatrics (65+) Speaks English and Hindi. Dr. Sood is a Penn Medicine physician. Accepting new patients. Call 800-789-7366 Request Callback. Expertise Becker's nevus. 2. Hyperpigmented, hypertrichotic. 3. Begins before puberty. 4. Rarely malignant. What is this? Tx? 1. Spitz nevus. 2. Starburst pattern on dermoscopy. 3. Tx: complete excision. What is the histology of a spitz nevus? 1. Oval nests that rain down the adjacent rete ridges
3. Dasegowda SB, Basavaraj GB, Nischal KC, et al. Becker's nevus syndrome. Indian J Dermatol. 2014;59(4):421. 4. de Almeida HL Jr, Duquia RP, Souza PR, et al. Prevalence and characteristics of Becker nevus in Brazilian 18-year-old males. Int J Dermatol. 2010;49(6):718-720. 5. Sharma M, Kansal NK, Gautam RK. A case of Becker's nevus with. Linear nevus sebaceous syndrome (LNSS) is characterized by the presence of a large, linear sebaceous nevus (type of birthmark usually present from birth) with a broad range of abnormalities that may affect every organ system, including the central nervous system (CNS). The specific symptoms and severity can vary greatly from one person to another. The sebaceous nevus usually is located on the.
Contextual translation of tout poilu into English. Human translations with examples: all, hairy, poilu, poilu !, poilu(e), becker nevus, pussy, hairy, vagina, hairy BECKER'S NEVUS IN A FEMALE AT AN UNUSUAL SITE - A RARE CASE REPORT. Divya. G, Shreya. S, Sneha Kovi, Jayakar Thomas. Abstract : Beckers nevus is an acquired, pigmentary disorder of the skin seen in adolescent males, commonly over the shoulder, chest and scapular region Hypohidrosis co-localized with Becker's nevus is considered to be related to genetic mutation or mosaicism 4. Eczematous dermatitis associated with Becker's nevus has been described in two previous case reports 3, 8. As in the previous reports, eczema lesions were confined to the nevus lesion in the present case . These two conditions should be easily differentiated from Baker's nevus, because they both are typically apparent at birth or soon thereafter, whereas Becker's nevi are typically acquired at about the age of 10 years Becker's nevus (BN) appears as a hyperpigmented macule, patch or verrucous plaques with sharp and irregular margins and often unilateral occurrence and with associated hypertrichosis in various degrees2-6. In this report we present a case that harbored these two lesions
Hounslow. 435-437 Great W. Road, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW5 0BY Tel: 020 8577 935 The clinical diagnosis was Becker nevus (Figure 1). A biopsy showed acanthosis and elongation of the epidermal crests, with increased pigmentation of the basal layer and a large number of irregular, elongated smooth muscle fibers that confirmed the diagnosis of Becker nevus. Figure 2 Figure 3; Figure 2. The peculiar facies of the patient is.
A Becker pigmented hairy nevus may be challenging to differentiate from NS, and may not be evident until the classic hypertrichosis becomes evident in later years. Perhaps the most challenging to differentiate clinically from NS are agminated lentigines. These lesions are defined as numerous lentigines (small pigmented macules with sharp. ⦁ Pigmented birthmarks like moles, Nevus of Ota and Becker's Nevus. They are dark patches that can occur anywhere on the body. Their size and pattern vary ⦁ Café-au-lait: These are coffee stain like marks which can be small or big in size. They may fade with age, but do not disappear completely Becker nevus (BN) is an uncommon pigment disorder characterized by hyperpigmentation and sometimes hypertrichosis. To date, no effective treatment has been available. OBJECTIVE. We sought to assess efficacy and safety of ablative 10,600-nm fractional laser therapy (FLT) in the treatment of BN. METHOD
. Nevus comedonicus presents as grouped, dilated follicular openings with dark keratin plugs. Kofmann initially had suggested labeling the condition 'comedo nevus.'. [1 Becker nevus is an organoid EN characterized by one or more hyperpigmented patches that, in contrast to most other ENs, do not follow the lines of Blaschko lines but are instead arranged in a checkerboard pattern . The nevus has bizarre outlines reminiscent of an archipelago.. Becker's nevus is a relatively common skin lesion with brown hyperpigmentation and hypertrichosis. It may be expressed simultaneously with other cutaneous, muscular, or skeletal defects, such as hypoplasia of the breast or scoliosis, for which the term Becker's nevus syndrome has been proposed A Spitz naevus (or Spitz's nevus) is an uncommon type of mole ( melanocytic naevus). A Spitz naevus is a benign skin tumour. However, it may resemble a melanoma clinically and microscopically, so Spitz naevi are often excised as a precaution. Spitz naevi. Classic Spitz naevus
Pigmented nevus is a tissue malformation due to excessive proliferation of nevus cells. Nevus is a term that may be designated to any congenital lesion of various cells or tissue types. In 1943, Ackermann and Field reported the first case of oral nevus. Comerford et al. was the first t Mobilpedia - Wikipedia Mobile Encyclopedia - What is / means Becker\'s nevus -. Key Words: Becker's nevus, Smooth muscle cutaneous tumors, Smooth muscle hamartoma A smooth muscle hamartoma is a rare benign proliferation of smooth muscle, first described by Stokes in 1923. Initially, it was known as congenital smooth muscle neoplasm but later, a few cases of th Variants include verrucous epidermal nevus, nevus sebaceous, nevus comedonicus, eccrine nevus, apocrine nevus, Becker's nevus, and white sponge nevus. A 22-year-old girl approached us with complaints of blackish-colored hard growth, increasing in size over the right post-auricular region since 5 years At the other end, however, is Becker's nevus, which usually appears during adolescence as a hypertrichotic and hyperpigmented plaque [1-4]. In accordance with this proposal, Wong, et al, felt that cases in which smooth muscle bundles were found in association with hyperpigmented and hypertrichotic patches, appearing around puberty, should.
Becker Nevus. A Becker nevus usually develops around puberty, usually on the upper part of the trunk, although it is sometimes Becker nevus syndrome, or hairy epidermal nevus syndrome, was first described by Happle in 1949, as an association of Becker Becker nevus syndrome is treated by cosmetic surgery if the Becker nevus is creating. View This Abstract Online; Becker's nevus with ipsilateral breast hypoplasia. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol. 2009; 75(2):202-3 (ISSN: 0973-3922). Sirka CS; Puhan MR; Behera S; Mohanty P; Nanda Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.. searching for Nevus 259 found (649 total) alternate case: nevus White sponge nevus (568 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article White sponge nevus WSN, is an autosomal dominant condition of the oral mucosa (the mucous membrane lining of the mouth). It is caused by a mutations i • Becker's nevus • Induced by medications like as minocycline, imipramine or amiodarone • Endocrine disease like as Addison's disease • Accumulation of iron in the body, known as hemochromatosis or 'bronze diabetes', linked with skin darkening in 9 of 10 patients. Due to melanocyte stimulation by metals Several subsets of ENS with characteristic features have been delineated including the nevus sebaceus syndrome, Proteus syndrome, CHILD syndrome, Becker's nevus syndrome, nevus comedonicus syndrome, and phakomatosis pigmentokeratotica. Advances in molecular biology have revealed that the manifestations of ENS are due to genomic mosaicism
Becker's nevus syndrome with quadriparesis. BMJ Case Reports 2010 See publication. Languages Nepali Professional working proficiency Hindi Native or bilingual proficiency English Native or bilingual proficiency Groups. Nevus flammeus nuchae — Classification and external resources OMIM 163100 Wikipedia. Becker's nevus — Classification and external resources Becker s nevus on the left shoulder ICD 10 Q82.5 Wikipedia. Congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma — Classification and external resources ICD 10 Q80.2 ICD 9 757.1 Wikipedi Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.. Longer titles found: Supernumerary nipples-uropathies-Becker's nevus syndrome () searching for Becker's nevus 2 found (13 total) alternate case: becker's nevus Schimmelpenning syndrome (961 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article.
Cause. Nevus of Ota is caused by the entrapment of melanocytes in the upper third of the dermis. It is found only on the face, most commonly unilaterally, rarely bilaterally and involves the first two branches of the trigeminal nerve. The sclera is involved in two-thirds of cases (causing an increased risk of glaucoma).It should not be confused with Mongolian spot, which is a birthmark caused. Nevus sebaceous (NS), also known as nevus sebaceous of Jadassohn (NSJ), is a hamartomatous growth most commonly present at birth that contains epidermal, sebaceous, follicular, and apocrine gland components.2 Located predominantly on the scalp and face, NSJs have been described as having 3 developmental stages based on the gross and histologic. Définitions de Becker's_nevus, synonymes, antonymes, dérivés de Becker's_nevus, dictionnaire analogique de Becker's_nevus (anglais
Nevus (or naevus, plural nevi or naevi, from nævus, Latin for birthmark ) is the medical term for sharply-circumscribed and chronic lesions of the skin. These lesions are commonly named birthmarks and moles. Nevi are benign by definition. However, 50% of malignant melanomas (a skin cancer) arise from pre-existing naevi Intellectual disability is the second neurologic manifestation in epidermal nevus syndromes, affecting approximately 50% to 60% of patients with linear sebaceous nevus syndrome ( 100; 64 ). It is more frequent in patients with hemimegalencephaly as a moderate to severe degree of intellectual impairment ( 122 ) Lichen Simplex Chronicus Definition Lichen simplex chronicus is a chronic inflammation of the skin (dermatitis) characterized by small, round itchy spots that thicken and become leathery as a result of scratching. Description Also termed neurodermatis, lichen simplex chronicus is the result of chronic skin irritation. It occurs in 4-5 out of every. • Hereditary causes of sebaceous cysts include Gardner's syndrome, and basal cell nevus syndrome. Its so easy to feed a kitty go to Dr Karen Beckers site healthy pets and start from there. My studies encompassed Dr K Becker knowlege. Wishing you all the best ypu can do it. Also remember to omly vaccinate 5-7 years demand a TITER test. A benign melanocytic nevus (also known as a Banal nevus, Common acquired melanocytic nevus, Mole, Nevocellular nevus, and Nevocytic nevus) is a cutaneous condition characterised by well-circumscribed, pigmented, round or ovoid lesions, generally measuring from 2 to 6 mm in diameter. A benign melanocytic nevus may feature hair or pigmentation as well