Recent Examples of nevus from the Web
Marissa Dees, 28, recently opened up to the Daily Mail about her congenital melanocytic nevus, a disorder that leads to large birthmarks and moles.
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Durant, a retail IT consultant, had been diagnosed with a nevus – a usually harmless growth similar to a freckle – in his left eye in 2010.
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Origin and Etymology of nevus
First Known Use: 1684See Words from the same year
medical Definition of nevus
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