Intradermal Nevus with Granulomatous Reaction and Giant Cells: An Unusual Pathological Finding

Author(s): Kanwardeep Kaur, Sarita Nibhoria, Manmeet Kaur and Arshpreet Kaur*

Nevus results from benign proliferation of the melanocytes. Granulomatous inflammation associated with nevus is an unusual presentation. It can be seen as a part of halo phenomena or associated with folliculitis. We present the case of a 22-year-old male patient who presented with a black mole over right eyebrow which was excised. Microscopically, it was diagnosed as Intradermal nevus with granulomatous inflammation and giant cell reaction. So, this case highlights this uncommon pathology.


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