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By W. J. Mooi MD, T. Krausz MD, MRCPath (auth.)

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Others, however, have used the term naevus spilus as a synonym of speckled lentiginous naevus (p. 153). A pigmented lesion similar to a freckle occurs on the vermilion border of the lip, usually the lower lip of a female patient. It has been described as solitary labial lentigo (Shapiro and Zegarelli, 1971). This name is unfortunate in that there is no apparent increase in number of melanocytes in this lesion. 2 Ephelis Clinical features Small light-brown macules, usually multiple Occur in sun-exposed areas of the skin and arise or become more pronounced after increased exposure to sunlight (summer) Occur mainly in light-skinned people with blonde or reddish hair Histological features Mild hyperpigmentation of basal epidermal keratinocytes Slight prominence but no increased number of melanocytes Normal epidermal architecture, no elongation of rete ridges Occasional melanophages in upper dermis.

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