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By Gary M. White, MD

Blue

Mongolian Spot
Mongolian Spot

Dimple

Midline Cutaneous Lesions

Hairy

Faun Tail Nevus

Nodule(s)

Nevus Lipomatosus Superficialis
Nevus Lipomatosus Superficialis

Midline Cutaneous Lesions. Any significant congenital midline lesion warrants imaging to rule out an underlying abnormality. Shown here is a nevus and lipoma.
Congenital Nevus and Lipoma

Embryonic Tail (see below)

Pedunculated

Embryonic Tail. Photo Courtesy Mary Dobry, MD
Embryonic Tail

Pigmented

Midline Cutaneous Lesions

Plaque

Shagreen Patch

Vascular

Lumbosacral Hemangioma (aka LUMBAR Syndrome). For a picture, see JAAD 2015;73;258.

Ulcer

Pressure Ulcer
Pressure Ulcer

Vesicles

Dermatitis Herpetiformis

Herpes Simplex
Herpes Simplex

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