Mixed nevus vascularis Q82.5

Author: Prof. Dr. med. Peter Altmeyer

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Last updated on: 29.10.2020

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vascular twin nevus

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Fischer, 1909; Happle, 1986

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A combined vascular malformation characterized by the co-occurrence of a naevus anaemicus and a naevus flammeus. In addition to localized foci, up to 30% of the body surface can be covered by telangiectatic and angiospastic parts.

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Cosmetic cover e.g. with Dermacolor. Teleangiectatic portions can be subjected to a treatment experiment with pulsed dye laser, see naevus flammeus.

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  1. Carrasco L et al (2003) Acral arteriovenous tumor developed within a nevus flammeus in a patient with Sturge-Weber syndrome. At J Dermatopathol 25: 341-345
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  3. Greve B et al (2003) Medical dermatologic laser therapy. A review. dermatologist 54: 594-602
  4. Hamm H et al (1986) Naevus vascularis mixtus. dermatologist 37: 388-39

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Nevus anaemicus;

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Camouflage; Laser; Nevus anaemicus;


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Last updated on: 29.10.2020