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Is Nevus Unius Lateris Communicable Or Transmitted To Next Generation?

Hiii....i am having a skin problem termed as nevus unius lateris. I want 2 have a detailed information about that, whether it is communicable, it can be transmitted to the next generation, it will be increased with time and its treatment? Please help me out as soon as possible.
Fri, 21 Jan 2022
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Hi,

Nevus unius lateris is a rare cutaneous condition, an epidermal nevus in which the skin lesions are distributed on one-half of the body. It can be managed by local or topical creams if not cured, laser can be used for this part. Regarding to the transmission to your children, it is still unknown that it may happened as it is a rare condition.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Sam Salahia, Dermatologist
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Is Nevus Unius Lateris Communicable Or Transmitted To Next Generation?

Hi, Nevus unius lateris is a rare cutaneous condition, an epidermal nevus in which the skin lesions are distributed on one-half of the body. It can be managed by local or topical creams if not cured, laser can be used for this part. Regarding to the transmission to your children, it is still unknown that it may happened as it is a rare condition. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Sam Salahia, Dermatologist