By Gary M. White, MD

The divided or kissing nevus is a rare variant of the congenital melanocytic nevus. These nevi appear on skin that separates during embryological development. They are most typical on the eyelids, fingers, and rarely the penis.


Dermatology Online Journal

Ann Dermatol. 2011 Nov; 23(4): 512–514


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