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1. Nevus (plural: Nevi) is the medical term for a mole

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2. An epidermal nevus (plural: Nevi) is an abnormal, noncancerous (benign) patch of skin caused by an overgrowth of cells in the outermost layer of skin (epidermis)

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3. Epidermal Nevi are typically seen at birth or develop in early childhood

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4. Affected individuals have one or more Nevi that vary in size.

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5. A nevus (plural: Nevi) can be in the front of your eye, around the iris, or under the retina at the back of the eye.

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6. Nevi (or moles) may be normal or have characteristics such as asymmetry, size over 6mm, or growth that indicate a melanoma skin cancer.

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7. Pigmented Nevi (moles) are growths on the skin that usually are flesh-colored, brown or black

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8. Congenital nevus (plural Nevi) is simply a medical term for a mole that you’re born with

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10. Neviʾim, (Hebrew), English The Prophets, the second division of the Hebrew Bible, or Old Testament, the other two being the Torah (the Law) and the Ketuvim (the Writings, or the Hagiographa).

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11. MELANOMA Atypical moles, also known as dysplastic Nevi, are unusual-looking moles that have irregular features under the microscope

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12. Nevi can be yellow, brown, gray, or a combination of colors

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13. Dysplastic Nevi have become an increasing focus clinically, with evidence that they are associated with a higher risk of developing melanoma

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14. However, there still is contention regarding the significance of dysplastic Nevi

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15. Nevi synonyms, Nevi pronunciation, Nevi translation, English dictionary definition of Nevi

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17. Melanocytic Nevi are of 4 types

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18. Ordinary Nevi without cytologic or architectural atypia are the most commonly encountered lesions and can be junctional, compound or intradermal

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19. However, eruptive Nevi exhibiting dysplastic architecture and cytology has been described

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20. In addition, eruptive blue Nevi and eruptive Spitz Nevi

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21. Nevi, also known as Scarabs,are a strange race of monsters that are, generally, coloured black, purple or white with red cores, but may sometimes be coloured black and green

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22. Kat and Raven both share a common enemy with the Nevi

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23. The Nevi Sit-to-Stand Table (2019) is a height-adjustable table that helps promote wellness, allowing the user to work comfortably

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24. Most congenital Nevi usually do not cause health problems, but a small percentage may develop into skin cancer (melanoma) later in life

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25. Nevi Sit-to-Stand Tables encourage regular movement between postures for enhanced employee health

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26. The Slim Nevi 4 features a 10% thinner blade, Tapered dual cutting blades provide precise access for effective deposit removal and increased shank rigidity provides effective removalof burnished, heavy and tenacious deposits.

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27. Other junctional Nevi may display a predominance of well-formed nests (Fig

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28. On occasion (e.g., with trauma, acral, or congenital Nevi) melanocytes of junctional Nevi may also be present in the spinous cell layer (Table 2.1).

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29. Atypical Nevi is the medical term for moles

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30. Atypical Nevi, also called "dysplastic Nevi" or Clark's Nevi, are acquired moles that have unusual features both in terms of how they look clinically and how they look when biopsied (removed and examined under a microscope).

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31. I Nevi atipici, noti anche come Nevi displastici, sono Nevi dall’aspetto insolito che hanno caratteristiche irregolari al microscopio

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32. Sebbene benigni, meritano una maggiore attenzione perché le persone con Nevi atipici sono a maggior rischio di melanoma, un pericoloso cancro della pelle.

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33. There are several types of Nevi: epidermal, melanocytic and connective tissue Nevi

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34. Nevus Outreach deals with large and giant congenital melanocytic Nevi.

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35. Within the narrative of Nevi’im Rishonim we encounter the first individual prophets, known to scholars as "preclassical" prophets

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36. What links these prophets with the classical prophets of the Nevi’im Aharonim is their role vis-a-vis the political leaders of Israel.

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37. Melanocytic Nevi are benign neoplasms or hamartomas composed of melanocytes, the pigment-producing cells that constitutively colonize the epidermis

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38. Melanocytic Nevi on the scalp often manifest many of the clinical and histological features of dysplastic Nevi, but prophylactic excision is not generally recommended due to the low risk of malignant degeneration

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39. 6 Excision of scalp Nevi in children may be considered for very large or atypical melanocytic Nevi, in children with a family

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40. Pigmented Nevi are growths on the skin that usually are flesh-colored, brown or black

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41. While most Spitz Nevi are harmless, it is a good idea for people to have moles that look suspicious examined and monitored by a dermatologist

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42. Nevi'im definition is - the second part of the Jewish Scriptures which contains the writings of the prophets —called also Prophets.

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43. Nevi employs some special techniques in the fabrication of their frames

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44. Water jet cutting allows Nevi to create novel shapes and their frame welding takes place in a Vacuum Chamber

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45. The Vacuum chamber is key to Nevi's quality : All air (and therefore impurities) is …

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46. Estimated to occur in 2.3% of patients (male and female equally) visiting a dermatology practice, Nevi spilus seem to be concentrated on the trunk and lower extremities.

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47. Melanocytic Nevi are a group of benign neoplasms or hamartomas made up of melanocytes, the pigment-producing cells of the epidermis

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48. Vascular Nevi, or hemangiomas, produce the familiar “port wine stain” birthmark; they are composed of blood vessels and often resolve themselves with time

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49. Epidermal Nevi, of which the sebaceous nevus is an example, develop from the proliferation of normal epidermal tissues and …

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50. Congenital Nevi are moles that are present at birth

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51. Larger congenital Nevi have a greater risk of developing skin cancer than do smaller congenital Nevi

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52. All congenital Nevi should be examined by a health care provider and any change in the birthmark should be reported.

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53. Melanocytic Nevi are benign neoplasms or hamartomas composed of melanocytes, the pigment-producing cells that constitutively colonize the epidermis

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54. Nevi also harbor the BRAF mutation

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55. A description of mutation distribution in Nevi could provide insight into the significance of this event in melanocytic tumorigenesis

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56. Experimental design: One hundred thirty-five Nevi from 116 patients were evaluated for the T-->A mutation at nucleotide 1799

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57. The Nevi were inclusive of congenital (n = 34

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NEVI [ˈnēvəs]

Frequently Asked Questions

What does nevi mean?

Nevus (plural: nevi) is the medical term for a mole. Nevi are very common. Most people have between 10 and 40. Common nevi are harmless collections of colored cells. They typically appear as small brown, tan, or pink spots. You can be born with moles or develop them later.

What does nevus mean in medical dictionary?

[ ne´vus ] (pl. ne´vi) (L.) a circumscribed stable malformation of the skin or sometimes the oral mucosa, which is not due to external causes; the excess (or deficiency) of tissue may involve epidermal, connective tissue, adnexal, nervous, or vascular elements.

What does the name nevus mean?

Nevus (or nevi if multiple) is a nonspecific medical term for a visible, circumscribed, chronic lesion of the skin or mucosa. The term originates from nævus, which is Latin for "birthmark", however, a nevus can be either congenital (present at birth) or acquired.

What are dysplastic nevi?

Dysplastic nevi are moles that are larger and irregular in shape then the average mole (size usually bigger than a pencil eraser).

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