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Figure 2: Congenital nevi. (a) Linear verrucous epidermal nevus. Above-gray and black knob-like structures (black circles). Below-multiple confluent brown structures with dark brown globules. (b) Nevus hypopigmentosus. Well-defined hypopigmented patch with small white dots in the periphery (representing sweat duct opening). (c) Halo/Sutton's nevus. Central globular pattern melanocytic nevus with surrounding white rim. (d) Nevus depigmentosus. Well defined white patch with amoeboid/pseudopodia-like projections (black circle) and in between retained pigmentary network (arrow)

Figure 2: Congenital nevi. (a) Linear verrucous epidermal nevus. Above-gray and black knob-like structures (black circles). Below-multiple confluent brown structures with dark brown globules. (b) Nevus hypopigmentosus. Well-defined hypopigmented patch with small white dots in the periphery (representing sweat duct opening). (c) Halo/Sutton's nevus. Central globular pattern melanocytic nevus with surrounding white rim. (d) Nevus depigmentosus. Well defined white patch with amoeboid/pseudopodia-like projections (black circle) and in between retained pigmentary network (arrow)