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Mucinous Naevus: A Rare Variant of Connective Tissue Naevus

Bhavna Nayal, Mary Mathew, Pramod Kumar, Rajesh Parameshwaran Nair.


Mucinous naevus is a form of primary cutaneous mucinosis and connective tissue neavus characterized by deposition of dermal type of mucin in the dermis. Clinically, these lesions may present as papulonodules or plaques and are treated by simple surgical excision. This case is being reported because of the unusual location and rarity of this lesion.

Key words: Cutaneous mucinoses, mucin, naevus

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