SCLEROTIC REGRESSING LARGE CONGENITAL NEVUS
By Gary M. White, MD
Sclerotic Regressing Large Congenital Nevus (SRLCN) is a rare process in which a localized scleroderma-like reaction process of regression seemed to have occurred in a large congenital nevus.
Characteristic is an indurated plaques with variable pigmentation. Onset is congenital, in infancy or in childhood. They are mainly located on the trunk, often involving the buttocks and perineum
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