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Pigmented Intramucosal Nevus of Gingiva: A Case Report
on average, but intraoral lesions are much less common. 1 Pigmented nevi are uncommon lesions in the oral cavity and were found in only 0.1% of patients in a large survey (King O H et al, 1967). Most reports are of isolated cases or of a small series of cases. Pigmented nevi are benign tumors of the skin and mucosa characterized by the presence of melaninproducing, neuroectodermal derived cells. The Intramucosal nevus is composed of a bulk of nevus cells in the lamina propria, which do notfatcat:fwmb3gl4qrbv3gq5asrjim7fgq