Nevus vascularis

nevus vascularis nevus vas·cu·lar·is (vās’kyə-lâr’ĭs) or nevus vas·cu·lo·sus (-lō’səs)
A congenital red-colored nevus that is irregular in shape and that is caused by an overgrowth of the cutaneous capillaries.


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