DCM203

DCM203

Globular pattern is the most common in dermal naevi. These lesions are elevated (dome-shaped).

Intradermal naevi with multiple comma-like vessels may occasionally simulate BCC but the vessels are thicker and more arborizing in BCC’s (shorter and thinner in dermal naevi). The BCC usually appears as a smooth translucid papule, the papillomatous surface with globular pattern is typical of intradermal naevi. The presence of hairs on surface is also a clue for melanocytic lesion.