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The dermoscopic nevus type varies according to different skin type in white people.

A. Dermoscopic image of a nevus type typically associated with skin type I (always burns, never tans). This nevus exhibits a reticular pattern, central hypopigmentation, and is light brown.

B. Dermoscopic image of a black nevus characterized by a reticular pattern at the periphery, a dark brown color, and the central black lamella appearing as a structureless blotch. Such nevi are typically seen in individuals with skin type IV