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1. Multidermatomal nevus comedonicus: A case report

Barzegar Mohamad Reza; Golfeshan Atefe

Volume 18, Issue 2 , 2015, , Pages 74-76

Abstract
  Nevus comedonicus is an uncommon variant of adnexal hamartoma and is considered a rare subtype of epidermal nevi. It was first described in 1895 by Kofmann who used the term “comedo-nevus”. It manifests as a group of closely dilated follicular openings with dark keratin plugs resembling comedones. ...  Read More

2. Bilateral inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus

Reza Yaghoobi; Niloofar Sina; Nastaran Ranjbari; Rana Rafiei

Volume 9, suppl.1 , 2006, , Pages 5-5

Abstract
  Inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus (ILVEN) is a unilateral skin disorder which usually manifests in infancy or childhood. Female predominance, frequent leg involvement, pruritus, resistance to treatment, and a psoriasiform histologic pattern are other common characteristics of this disease. ...  Read More

3. Epidermal nevus associated with Lymphangioma: A case report

AH Ehsani; Sh Yazdanian

Volume 8, suppl , 2005, , Pages 10-13

Abstract
  Epidermal nevi are cutaneous hamartomas developing from ectoderm and one of their types is verrucous epidermal nevus. During the neonatal period, they are pink or slightly pigmented and velvety. Later, they darken and the surface become more warty. When lesions are distributed on one side of body, it ...  Read More

4. Co-occurrence of Angiokeratoma and epidermal nevus: A case report

AR Khatami; AR Firooz; Z Ghorbani; F Gorouhi; A Komeili

Volume 8, suppl , 2005, , Pages 34-37

Abstract
  Several skin conditions have been reported to occur on epidermal nevi, but it seems that co-occurrence of a vascular lesion and an epidermal nevus is a very rare phenomenon. Herein, a 17- year- old female patient who had presented with skin lesions on her thigh since 4 years ago has been reported. The ...  Read More

5. Localized Darier's disease or Acantholytic Dyskeratotic epidermal nevus: A case report

AH Ehsani; Z Safaei Naraghi; R Mahmoud Robati; S Toosi

Volume 8, suppl , 2004, , Pages 35-38

Abstract
  Patients with keratotic lesions distributed in a unilateral, linear, zosteriform or localized pattern and revealing histopathologic features of dyskeratotic acantholysis have been reported previously. There is some controversy in the appropriate nosologic classification of this entity. Some authors consider ...  Read More

6. Topical Tretinoin and 5-Fluorouracil in treatment of epidermal nevus

M Mirshams Shahshahani; E Aboo Saeidi

Volume 8, Issue 1 , 2004, , Pages 19-23

Abstract
  Background: Epidermal nevus is a common skin hamartoma. Its definite treatment is difficult and in most cases the disease has recurrence. Objective: Evaluation of topical tretinoin 0.05% and 5 Fluorouracil (5FU) 5% in the treatment of epidermal nevus. Patients and Methods: Fifteen patients with epidermal ...  Read More