Verrucous epidermal nevus

Verrucous epidermal nevus

 

What do you know about Verrucous epidermal nevus?

Are Epidermal Verrucous nevus Benign?

Are Epidermal Verrucous nevus Malignant?

What are the ways to treat epidermal skin mole?

What causes Verrucous epidermal nevus?

What is the treatment for Verrucous epidermal nevus?

In the following, you will read more about epidermal nevus.

 

Introduction

Classification of skin moles types

Why do we get moles?

How are moles formed?

What are the types of superficial or epidermal hyperpigmentation lesions or moles?

treatment

Time to see a doctor

Definition of linear inflammatory moles of Epidermal Verrucous

 

 

Introduction

Epidermal moles are a congenital disorder that are benign. Epidermal moles are an increase in skin cells that occurs in the most superficial layer of the skin.

These moles appear equally in girls and boys from birth or early childhood.

Epidermal moles are usually numerous and linear

 

Classification of skin moles types

  1. epidermal moles

The pigments in these moles are superficial and close to the color of the skin surface, for example, exposure to sunlight causes freckles on the epidermal surface.

 

  1. dermal moles

Accumulation of pigments and moles deep in the skin refers to the accumulation of pigments deep in the skin. For example, congenital moles are among the most common examples of dermal moles.

 

  1. types of moles and pigments a combination of the two

The composition and mix are from epidermal and dermal and are visible in both the superficial and deep layers of the skin. An example of this category is melasma.

 

Why do we get moles?

The most important factor that seems to cause the growth of pigments that lead to moles is exposure to sunlight.

Sunlight may even play a big role in creating weird and unusual moles. The next influential factor is heredity.

For example, it is observed that the prevalence of dysplastic moles or abnormal nevus in some families is higher. These moles have a higher risk of developing one of the most serious skin cancers, namely melanoma.

 

How are moles formed?

Skin pigment cells or melanocytes grow for a variety of reasons, including sunlight as well as genetics, and more melanin builds up, causing brown or dark moles on the surface of the skin.

 

What are the types of superficial or epidermal hyperpigmentation lesions or moles?

 

Epidermal lesions and moles include:

  1. Epidermal mole Verrucous
  2. Sebaceous epidermal mole
  3. Epidermoid mole

 

  1. Epidermal mole Verrucous

Verrucous epidermal mole has a special shape. Congenital or wart-shaped fleshy lesions are often linear and are usually located on the upper half of the body.

 

  1. Sebaceous epidermal mole

Sebaceous moles are flesh-colored or colorless and without hair and are mostly located on the scalp.

 

  1. Epidermoid mole

This group of epidermal cells is made up of only a group of cells called keratinocytes, and sometimes we call them epidermal keratinocytes. It can be shiny, puffy, brown areas of the skin, or it can form large, velvety patches of skin. The interesting thing about these moles is that as a person gets older, these moles can become darker and thicker and create epidermal keratinocytes. Epidermal keratinocyte moles are linear and it can be said that the so-called doctors follow a special pattern called the blaschko Lines.

These lines on the skin are invisible and are thought to mark the paths that growth cells have taken on the surface of the body before birth.

The second category of epidermal moles are the cells that make up the hair follicle. Sweat glands that secrete a substance to protect the skin and hair. These glands are a common type of epidermal mole, actually called the sebaceous mole.

The characteristics of this work are that it is the first place of origin on the scalp or facial skin and the moles of this group are in the form of yellow-orange wax patches and are usually hairless.

In fact, a quarter of people with sebaceous moles are more likely to develop a tumor in the same area. These tumors are usually malignant and rarely can be cancerous or malignant.

 

treatment

Basic treatments for epidermal moles are as follows:

There is a non-surgical treatment for hyperkeratosis mole. Immediately after washing, it can be treated with standard percentage ammonium lactic acid, salicylic acid and topical retinoid compounds once a day.

If there is an epidermal hyperkeratosis mole and Verrucous that is itchy, topical steroids should be injected into the corticosteroid lesion. When the lesion is larger, oral retinoids should be used.

Depending on the condition, your doctor may prescribe treatments such as:

  • Cryo
  • Lathing the skin
  • Deep cuts

Use or remember that these cases are usually associated with recurrence and may also leave scars and a very important point that if the disease is a disease that has numerous epidermal superficial moles, other lesions that may be present in the skeletal system of the eye and nervous system must be examined and followed up.

Other treatments are as follows:

  • A retinoid compound can be used to clear wart-like Verrucous
  • Use of lasers

For example, carbon dioxide laser and argon laser can be successful in treating epidermal moles, but you should know that there is a possibility of recurrence of scars.

Small lesions and very narrow and delicate lesions, as well as large lesions that are exposed to irritated areas and have caused aesthetic problems for the person can be removed with surgery.

 

Time to see a doctor

If you have a mole and you see the following changes in one of your moles, you should see a doctor:

Changes in the color of the mole, Changes in the size of the mole, Small and enlarged changes in the shape of the mole, Changes in the texture of the mole, Bleeding in the height of the mole, Bleeding and discharge of fluid from the mole, Also unevenness of the mole, The surface of the thorn is dry, Scaling of the mole surface, It must be examined by an experienced dermatologist.

It is said that most epidermal moles remain unchanged in adulthood and most of them do not cause any problems.

 

Definition of linear inflammatory moles of epidermal Verrucous

They are a group of skin moles that are superficial and are called epidermal moles and are characterized by a change in the color of the skin surface to a dark brown color and often have wart-like papules.

Treatments: These moles respond very well to treatment. There are different types of treatments, from topical treatments to laser treatment and surgical treatment. Also, an important point in the treatment of these moles is that they may be clinically ,also, histology is similar to psoriasis, in this case treatment with laser is recommended.

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