Becker nevus

(redirected from pigmented hair epidermal nevus)

Beck·er ne·vus

(bek'ĕr), [MIM*604919]
a nevus first seen as an irregular pigmentation of the shoulders, upper chest, or scapular area, gradually enlarging irregularly and becoming thickened and hairy.

Beck·er ne·vus

(bek'ĕr nē'vŭs)
A nevus first seen as an irregular pigmentation of the shoulders, upper chest, or scapular area, gradually enlarging irregularly and becoming thickened and hairy.

Becker,

Samuel W., U.S. dermatologist, 1894-1964.
Becker nevus - a nevus first seen as an irregular pigmentation of the shoulders, upper chest, or scapular area, gradually enlarging irregularly and becoming thickened and hairy. Synonym(s): pigmented hair epidermal nevus