They can be followed up at regular intervals
Hello again. I remember talking to you few days back.
I am Dr. Kakkar. I answered your previous related query too.
For a nevus
to be labelled as dysplastic it should fulfil at least 3 out of the following 5 criteria:
1. Size >5 mm diameter
2. Ill-defined or blurred borders
3. Irregular margin resulting in an unusual shape
4. Varying shades of colour (mostly pink, XXXXXXX brown, black)
5. Flat and bumpy components
Now, if you look at the picture we can see that the margins are well defined, they look symmetrical(if divided into 2 halves) and regular, size is < 5 mm. The features that go in towards dysplastic nevus are varying shades of color and bumpy component.
Therefore these lesions don't fulfil the required 3 criteria for a dysplastic nevus and can be left alone as of now. They should be followed up with visual self assessment, photographic and dermatologist
assessment at regular intervals (say every 6 months) and if they develop any change towards frankly dysplastic lesions(e.g any increase in size or asymmetricity) they can be removed as and when they change. Nothing to worry about these lesions as of now.