(nevus) is a pigmented (colored) spot on the outer layer of the skin
Moles can be
round, oval, flat, or raised. They can occur singly or in clusters on any part
of the body. Most moles are brown, but colors can range from pinkish flesh tones
to yellow, dark blue, or black.
at least a few moles. They generally appear by the time a person is 20 and look,
at first, like freckles. A mole's color and shape don't usually change. Changes
in hormone levels that occur during puberty and pregnancy can make moles larger
and darker. New moles may also appear during this period.
usually lasts about 50 years before beginning to fade. Some moles disappear
completely, and some never lighten at all. Some moles develop stalks that raise
them above the skin's surface; these moles eventually drop off.
About 1-3% of
all babies have one or more moles when they are born. Moles that are present at
birth are called congenital nevi.
of moles include:
junctional moles, which are
usually brown and may be flat
or slightly raised.
moles, which are slightly raised, range in color from tan to dark brown, and
involve pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) in both the upper and lower layers
of the skin (epidermis and dermis).
which range from flesh-color to brown, are elevated, most common on the upper
body, and may contain hairs.
moles, which are produced by over-active oil glands and are yellow and
which are slightly raised, colored by pigment deep within the skin, and most
common on the head, neck, and arms of women.
are benign, but atypical moles (dysplastic nevi) may develop into malignant
melanoma, a potentially fatal form of skin cancer. Atypical moles are usually
hereditary. Most are bigger than a pencil eraser, and the shape and pigmentation
nevi are more apt to become cancerous than moles that develop after birth,
especially if they are more than eight inches in diameter. Lentigo maligna
(melatonin freckle of Hutchinson), most common on the face and after the age of
50, first appears as a flat spot containing two or more shades of tan. It
gradually becomes larger and darker. One in three of these moles develop into a
form of skin cancer known as lentigo maligna melanoma.
Causes and symptoms
The cause of
moles is unknown, although atypical moles seem to run in families and result
from exposure to sunlight.
Only a small
percentage of moles require medical attention. A mole that has the following
symptoms should be evaluated by a dermatologist (a physician spealizing in skin
appears after the age of 20
looks unusual or changes in
A doctor who
suspects skin cancer will remove all or part of the mole for microscopic
examination. This procedure, which is usually performed in a doctor's office, is
simple, relatively painless, and doesn't take more than a few minutes. It does
leave a scar.
laboratory analysis confirms that a mole is
cancerous, the dermatologist will remove the
rest of the mole. Patients should realize that
slicing off a section of a malignant mole will
not cause the cancer to spread.
Removing a mole for cosmetic reasons involves
numbing the area and using scissors or a scalpel
to remove the elevated portion. The patient is
left with a flat mole the same color as the
original growth. Cutting out parts of the mole
above and beneath the surface of the skin can
leave a scar more noticeable than the mole.
Scissors or a razor can be used to temporarily
remove hair from a mole. Permanent hair removal
requires electrolysis or surgical removal of the
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Moles are rarely cancerous and,
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A dermatologist should be
consulted if a mole reappears
after being removed.
Wearing a sunscreen and limiting
sun exposure may prevent some
moles. Anyone who has moles
should examine them every month
and see a dermatologist if
changes in size, shape, color,
or texture occur or if new moles
Anyone with a family history of
melanoma should see a
dermatologist for an annual skin
examination. Everyone should
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A: Asymmetry, which occurs when
the two halves of the mole are
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C: Color that varies in a single
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