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Epidermolysis bullosa.

EB naevus EBN are little-known, atypical, eruptive, pigmented melanocytic lesions that may occur in former sites of bullae occurring in epidermolysis bullosa hereditaria EBH. We sought to describe the characteristics of such lesions and assess their course. This was a retrospective, two-centre study in which data was collated from the medical files of patients with EBN. No cases of melanoma were diagnosed. EBN are acquired and atypical pigmented naevi. Sixty-four cases of EBN have been reported in the literature up to date. EBN present atypical clinical and dermatoscopic features.


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