A spot; a stain; a mark which discolors or disfigures.
A spot, mark, or small permanent protuberance on the human body; esp., a spot which is dark-colored, from which commonly issue one or more hairs.
A non-cancerous cluster of skin pigment cells. It usually appears as a brown spot on the surface of the skin.
a benign growth on the skin that is usually pigmented; also called a nevus
a brown to dark-brown spot on the skin that can be flat or raised
1. A fleshy, pigmented skin blemish. 2. A mass of uterine tissue formed by a failure of the normal fertilization process during conception.
a small congenital pigmented spot on the skin
a benign (not cancerous) skin tumor
a benign tumor of pigment cells," according to Dr
a cluster of cells, usually pigmented (colored), that appears on the skin
a cluster of pigment-producing cells and supporting tissue that can appear as tan, brown, or flesh-colored spots on the skin
a collection of pigmented cells called melanocytes on your skin
a colored (usually dark), painless spot that can be flat or raised
a flat spot or raised lump on the skin
a lesion (growth) that can produce either an excess amount of pigment or no pigment
a non-cancerous skin growth made up of cells (melanocytes or nevus cells) that produce color (pigment)
a pigmented area of skin
a small growth on your skin, and most people have a few
a small spot of darkened
a birthmark — or nevus; a pigmented growth on the skin, with or without hair.
Small, dark, sometimes raised, growth on human skin. Also called a nevus (nevi, plural).
An area on the skin (usually dark in color) that contains a cluster of melanocytes.
A raised growth on the skin that is darker than the rest of the skin. It is important to see a doctor if a mole changes size, shape or color.
The brown pigment patches that most fair skinned people naturally have on their skin.
(mohl) In medicine, a benign growth on the skin that is formed by a cluster of melanocytes (cells that make the pigment melanin). Moles are usually dark, and may be raised from the skin.
A benign growth on the skin (usually tan, brown, or flesh-colored) that contains a cluster of melanocytes and surrounding supportive tissue.
Related Topic"Known more accurately as a "nevus", a mole is a lesion of the skin that may be present from birth, but which most often appears later in life..."
A small, usually dark, skin growth that develops from pigment-producing cells called melanocytes
A congenital discolored spot elevated above the surface of the skin.
Related Topic"...While most are benign, malignant changes can occur to turn the benign nevus into a melanoma..."
A cluster of melanocytes and surrounding supportive tissue that usually appears as a tan, brown, or flesh-colored spot on the skin. Also called a nevus.
A mole or melanocytic naevus is a small, dark spot on the skin. It can be either subdermal (composed of melanin), or a pigmented growth on the skin, formed mostly of melanocytes. The high concentration of melanin is responsible for their dark color.