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  1. Nevus oligemicus

    Nevus oligemicus presents as a patch of livid skin that is cooler than the normal skin, as a result of decreased blood flow, in which vasoconstriction of deep vessels is thought to be the underlying defect. ref name Andrews James, William Berger, Timothy Elston, Dirk 2005 . Andrews Diseases of the Skin Clinical Dermatology . 10th ed. . Saunders. Page 582. ISBN 0 7216 2921 0. ref See also List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Dermal growth stub Category Dermal and subcutaneous growths ...   more details



  1. Giant pigmented nevus

    Infobox Disease Name PAGENAME Image Caption DiseasesDB ICD10 D22 ILDS D22.L50 ICD9 ICDO OMIM MedlinePlus eMedicineSubj eMedicineTopic MeshID Giant pigmented nevus also known as Bathing trunk nevus, ref name Andrews Congenital nevomelanocytic nevus, ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages 1736 8 isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref Garment nevus, ref name Bolognia Giant hairy nevus ref name Andrews , and Nevus pigmentosus et pilosus ref name Bolognia is a cutaneous condition characterized by a large, darkly pigmented hairy patches. ref name Andrews cite book author James, William D. Berger, Timothy G. et al. title Andrews Diseases of the Skin clinical Dermatology publisher Saunders Elsevier location year 2006 pages isbn 0 7216 2921 0 oclc doi accessdate ref rp 690 See also Congenital melanocytic nevus Skin lesion List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Cutaneous condition stub Skin tumors, nevi and melanomas Category Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms ...   more details



  1. Nevus psiloliparus

    Nevus psiloliparus is a cutaneous condition, a rare scalp anomaly characterized by a variable degree of alopecia and an excessive amount of adipose tissue. ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref See also Congenital erosive and vesicular dermatosis List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Dermatology stub Category Cutaneous congenital anomalies ...   more details



  1. Melanocytic oral lesion

    Melanocytic oral lesions are an extremely uncommon condition characterized by pigmented lesions of the mucous membranes . ref name Andrews cite book author James, William D. Berger, Timothy G. et al. title Andrews Diseases of the Skin Clinical Dermatology publisher Saunders Elsevier location year 2006 pages isbn 0 7216 2921 0 oclc doi accessdate ref rp 807 See also List of cutaneous conditions Mucosal squamous cell carcinoma Mucous membrane Oral florid papillomatosis References reflist Cutaneous condition stub Category Conditions of the mucous membranes ...   more details



  1. Amelanotic blue nevus

    An Amelanotic blue nevus also known as a Hypomelanotic blue nevus is a cutaneous condition characterized by mild atypia and pleomorphism cytology pleomorphism . ref name Andrews cite book author James, William D. Berger, Timothy G. et al. title Andrews Diseases of the Skin clinical Dermatology publisher Saunders Elsevier location year 2006 pages isbn 0 7216 2921 0 oclc doi accessdate ref rp 701 See also Blue nevus Skin lesion References reflist Cutaneous condition stub Skin tumors, nevi and melanomas Category Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms ...   more details



  1. Cellular blue nevus

    File SkinTumors 415.jpg thumb Cellular blue nevus Cellular blue nevi are a cutaneous condition characterized by large, firm, blue or blue black nodules. ref name Andrews cite book author James, William D. Berger, Timothy G. et al. title Andrews Diseases of the Skin clinical Dermatology publisher Saunders Elsevier location year 2006 pages isbn 0 7216 2921 0 oclc doi accessdate ref rp 701 See also Blue nevus Skin lesion References reflist Cutaneous condition stub Skin tumors, nevi and melanomas Category Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms ...   more details



  1. Epithelioid blue nevus

    File SkinTumors 456.jpg thumb Epithelioid blue nevus Epithelioid blue nevi are a cutaneous condition most commonly seen in patients with the Carney complex . ref name Andrews cite book author James, William D. Berger, Timothy G. et al. title Andrews Diseases of the Skin clinical Dermatology publisher Saunders Elsevier location year 2006 pages isbn 0 7216 2921 0 oclc doi accessdate ref rp 701 See also Blue nevus Skin lesion References reflist Cutaneous condition stub Skin tumors, nevi and melanomas Category Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms ...   more details



  1. Malignant blue nevus

    File Skin Tumors P6231211.jpg thumb Malignant blue nevus A malignant blue nevus is a cutaneous condition characterized by a sheet like growth pattern, mitoses , necrosis , and cellular atypia . ref name Andrews cite book author James, William D. Berger, Timothy G. et al. title Andrews Diseases of the Skin clinical Dermatology publisher Saunders Elsevier location year 2006 pages isbn 0 7216 2921 0 oclc doi accessdate ref rp 701 ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref See also Blue nevus List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Cutaneous condition stub Skin tumors, nevi and melanomas Category Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms ...   more details



  1. Pigmented spindle cell nevus

    Infobox Disease Name PAGENAME Image Pigmented spindle cell nevus low mag.jpg Caption Micrograph of a pigmented spindle cell nevus top of image . H&E stain . DiseasesDB ICD10 ICD9 ICDO OMIM MedlinePlus eMedicineSubj eMedicineTopic MeshID A pigmented spindle cell nevus also known as a Pigmented spindle cell tumor of Reed, ref name Bolognia and Pigmented variant of Spitz nevus ref name Bolognia is a cutaneous condition characterized by a dark brown to black macule or papule , usually less than 6 mm. ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages 1730 2 isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref It was characterized in 1975. ref name Nordlund2006 cite book author James J. Nordlund title The pigmentary system physiology and pathophysiology url http books.google.com books?id CtdwxA4NtnQC&pg PA1093 accessdate 17 May 2011 year 2006 publisher Wiley Blackwell isbn 9781405120340 pages 1093 ref ref Cite journal last1 Reed first1 RJ. last2 Ichinose first2 H. last3 Clark first3 WH. last4 Mihm first4 MC. title Common and uncommon melanocytic nevi and borderline melanomas. journal Semin Oncol volume 2 issue 2 pages 119 47 month Jun year 1975 doi PMID 1234372 ref See also Partial unilateral lentiginosis List of cutaneous conditions Spitz nevus References reflist Dermatology stub Skin tumors, nevi and melanomas Category Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms ...   more details



  1. Medium-sized congenital nevocytic nevus

    Medium sized congenital nevocytic nevus is a cutaneous condition characterized by a nevus , generally defined as having a diameter more than 2cm but less than 20cm. ref name Andrews cite book author James, William D. Berger, Timothy G. et al. title Andrews Diseases of the Skin clinical Dermatology publisher Saunders Elsevier location year 2006 pages isbn 0 7216 2921 0 oclc doi accessdate ref rp 690 See also Congenital melanocytic nevus Skin lesion List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Cutaneous condition stub Skin tumors, nevi and melanomas Category Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms ...   more details



  1. Small-sized congenital nevocytic nevus

    Small sized congenital nevocytic nevus is a cutaneous condition characterized by a nevus , generally defined as having a diameter less than 2cm. ref name Andrews cite book author James, William D. Berger, Timothy G. et al. title Andrews Diseases of the Skin clinical Dermatology publisher Saunders Elsevier location year 2006 pages isbn 0 7216 2921 0 oclc doi accessdate ref rp 690 See also Congenital melanocytic nevus Skin lesion References reflist Cutaneous condition stub Skin tumors, nevi and melanomas Category Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms ...   more details



  1. Melanocytic tumors of uncertain malignant potential

    Melanocytic tumors of uncertain malignant potential MELTUMP are melanocyte melanocytic lesion s in the dermis that cannot be classified by morphology biology morphology as either benign naevi moles or malignant melanoma s because the mass shows features of both. Several lesion types may be classified as MELTUMPs these include atypical melanocytic proliferations with features that may overlap with atypical Spitz naevi tumors, dysplastic naevi, pigmented epithelioid melanocytoma, deep penetrating naevi, congenital neavi, cellular nodules in congenital naevi, possible naevoid melanomas, and cellular blue naevi. ref name pathology cite journal last Elder first David E. coauthors Xiaowei Xu year 2004 month October title The approach to the patient with a difficult melanocytic lesion journal Pathology journal Pathology volume 36 issue 5 pages 428 doi 10.1080 00313020412331283905 url http taylorandfrancis.metapress.com vrnyij5523zh3w55kschtfvh app home contribution.asp?referrer parent&backto issue,7,20 journal,15,63 linkingpublicationresults,1 102228,1 accessdate 2007 02 27 pmid 15370112 ref ref name mcc cite web url http www.melanomacare.org pdfs mco01.pdf title Melanoma Care Options accessdate 2007 02 27 last Byrd first David R. coauthors David E. Elder James M. Grichnik John M. Kirkwood and Merrick I. Ross date 2006 08 01 format PDF publisher Melanoma Care Coalition pages 6 8 ref A related category of melanocytic proliferation is superficial atypical melanocytic proliferations of uncertain significance SAMPUS . This category, unlike MELTUMP, which implies as yet undetermined potential for metastases even after complete excision, signifies lesions without metastatic potential at time ... certain atypical junctional melanocytic proliferations and proliferations in both the Epidermis ... Case 12 Melanocytic tumor of uncertain malignant potential MELTUMP neoplasm stub Skin tumors, nevi and melanomas Category Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms ...   more details



  1. Dysplastic nevus syndrome

    Dysplastic Nevus Syndrome Category Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms ...Infobox disease Name Dysplastic nevus syndrome Image Caption DiseasesDB 31106 ICD10 ICD10 D 48 5 d 37 ILDS D48.520 ICD9 ICDO OMIM 155600 MedlinePlus eMedicineSubj eMedicineTopic MeshID Image DysplasticNevusSyndrome.jpg thumb alt The back of somebody with FAMM. Someone with FAMM. Dysplastic nevus syndrome also known as Familial atypical multiple mole melanoma FAMMM syndrome , familial melanoma syndrome, ref http www.clevelandclinicmeded.com medicalpubs diseasemanagement dermatology cutaneous malignant melanoma ref and B K mole syndrome is a cutaneous condition described in certain families, and characterized by unusual nevi and multiple inherited melanomas. ref name Andrews cite book author James, William D. Berger, Timothy G. et al. title Andrews Diseases of the Skin Clinical Dermatology publisher Saunders Elsevier location year 2006 pages isbn 0 7216 2921 0 oclc doi accessdate ref rp 692 ref name FAMMM Czajkowski, R., FAMMM Syndrome Pathogenesis and Management , Dermatologic Surgery, Vol. 30 Issue 2 p2, p291 296, 2004. ref Historical background In 1820 Norris reported the first case of what is now recognized as FAMMM 12 . He described a 59 year old man with melanoma, a high total body mole count, and family history of the same. ref cite web url http www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov bookshelf br.fcgi?book famcan&part famcanapp2 title FAMMM In Familial Cancer Syndromes. DL Riegert Johnson and others. NCBI 2009 accessdate 2009 07 21 format work ref Pathology The histopathologic characteristics of melanoma in FAMMM kindreds are not different from those seen in sporadic cases of melanoma and, thus, are not useful in diagnosing the syndrome. Superficial spreading melanoma SSM and nodular melanoma are the most frequently encountered histological melanoma subtypes in patients with CDKN2A mutations ... nevus References reflist External links http www.cancer.net patient Cancer Types Familial Malignant ...   more details



  1. Systematized epidermal nevus

    Systematized epidermal nevus is a cutaneous condition, an epidermal nevus with a diffuse or extensive distribution involving a large portion of a person s body surface. ref name Fitz2 Freedberg, et al. 2003 . Fitzpatrick s Dermatology in General Medicine . 6th ed. . McGraw Hill. ISBN 0071380760. ref rp 771 See also Linear verrucous epidermal nevus References reflist Epidermal growth stub Category Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, cysts ...   more details



  1. Nevus unius lateris

    Nevus unius lateris is a cutaneous condition, an epdiermal nevus in which the skin lesion s are distrubted on one half of the body. ref name Fitz2 Freedberg, et al. 2003 . Fitzpatrick s Dermatology in General Medicine . 6th ed. . McGraw Hill. ISBN 0071380760. ref rp 771 See also Linear verrucous epidermal nevus References reflist Epidermal growth stub Category Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, cysts ...   more details



  1. Linear verrucous epidermal nevus

    Infobox disease Name Linear verrucous epidermal nevus Image SkinTumors P5280048.JPG Caption DiseasesDB ICD10 Q82.5 ILDS Q82.502 ICD9 ICDO OMIM MedlinePlus eMedicineSubj article eMedicineTopic 1117506 MeshID D054000 Deleted image removed File Verrucous epid nevus.jpg thumb Verrucous epidermal nevus Linear verrucous epidermal nevus also known as a Linear epidermal nevus, and Verrucous epidermal nevus ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages 851 isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref is a skin lesion characterized by a verrucous skin colored, dirty gray or brown papule . ref name Fitz2 Freedberg, et al. 2003 . Fitzpatrick s Dermatology in General Medicine . 6th ed. . McGraw Hill. ISBN 0071380760. ref rp 771 ref name Andrews James, William Berger, Timothy Elston, Dirk 2005 . Andrews Diseases of the Skin Clinical Dermatology . 10th ed. . Saunders. ISBN 0721629210. ref rp 633 Generally, multiple papules present simultaneously, and coalesce to form a serpiginous plaque. ref name Andrews rp 633 When this nevus covers a diffuse or extensive portion of the body s surface area, it may be referred to as a systematized epidermal nevus , when it involved only one half of the body it is called a nevus unius lateris . ref name Fitz2 rp 771 See also Inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus Epidermis skin Epidermis Skin lesion List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Epidermal growth stub Skin tumors, epidermis Category Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, cysts ...   more details



  1. Midline nevus flammeus

    File Salmon patch.jpg thumb Salmon patch on the left upper eyelid of a neonate. Midline nevus flammeus also known as Angel s kiss, and Salmon patch is a vascular birthmark which may be found on the Glabella glabellar region or on one upper eyelid, and presents in approximately 15 of newborns. ref name Andrews James, William Berger, Timothy Elston, Dirk 2005 . Andrews Diseases of the Skin Clinical Dermatology . 10th ed. . Saunders. Page 582. ISBN 0 7216 2921 0. ref ref DorlandsDict six 000079284 salmon patch ref See also Nevus flammeus nuchae Nevus flammeus List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Dermal growth stub Category Dermal and subcutaneous growths ...   more details



  1. Melanoma with features of a Spitz nevus

    File Skin Tumors P6231220.jpg thumb Spitzoid melanoma Melanoma with features of a Spitz nevus also known as a Spitzoid melanoma is a cutaneous condition characterized histologically with tissue similar to a spitz nevus and with overall symmetry and a dermal nodule of epithelioid melanocyte s that do not mature with progressively deeper dermal extension. ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages 1752 isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref See also Melanoma Spitz nevus List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Dermatology stub Skin tumors, nevi and melanomas Category Melanoma ...   more details



  1. Nevus comedonicus syndrome

    Nevus comedonicus syndrome is a cutaneous condition characterized by a nevus comedonicus associated with cataract s, scoliosis , and neurologic abnormalities. ref name Andrews James, William Berger, Timothy Elston, Dirk 2005 . Andrews Diseases of the Skin Clinical Dermatology . 10th ed. . Saunders. ISBN 0721629210. ref rp 635 ref name Fitz2 Freedberg, et al. 2003 . Fitzpatrick s Dermatology in General Medicine . 6th ed. . McGraw Hill. ISBN 0071380760. ref rp 776 ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref rp 849 See also Epidermal nevus syndrome Cutaneous conditions References reflist Epidermal growth stub Category Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, cysts ...   more details



  1. Acantholytic dyskeratotic epidermal nevus

    Linear Darier disease also known as Acantholytic dyskeratotic epidermal nevus is a cutaneous condition identical to the generalized form of Darier s disease . ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref rp 849 Acantholytic dyskeratotic epidermal nevus is probably the same disorder. ref name Bolognia rp 849 Image Darier s disease.jpg thumb Linear Darier disease alt Many hyperkeratotic, vegetative, and hyperpigmented papules in a zosteriform pattern on the right lateral lower extremity of an adult See also Acrokeratosis verruciformis List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Dermatology stub Category Genodermatoses ...   more details



  1. Nevus flammeus nuchae

    Infobox Disease Name Nevus flammeus nuchae Image Nevus flammeus nuchae stork bite Storchenbiss .JPG Caption DiseasesDB ICD10 ICD9 ICDO OMIM 163100 MedlinePlus eMedicineSubj eMedicineTopic MeshID Nevus flammeus nuchae , also known as a stork bite , is a congenital capillary malformation present in 25 50 of newborns. ref http www.cyh.com HealthTopics HealthTopicDetails.aspx?p 114&np 304&id 1589 ref It is a common type of birthmark in a newborn and is usually temporary. ref James, William Berger, Timothy Elston, Dirk 2005 . Andrews Diseases of the Skin Clinical Dermatology . 10th ed. . Saunders. Page 169. ISBN 0721629210. ref Causes Stork bites occur in about one third of all newborns. A stork bite is due to a stretching dilation of certain blood vessels. It may become darker when the child cries or room temperature changes. It may fade when you push on it. Symptoms A stork bite usually looks pink and flat. A baby may be born with a stork bite, or the birthmark may appear in the first months of life. Stork bites may be found on the forehead, eyelids, nose, upper lip, or back of the neck. The skin is not thickened and feels no different from anywhere else on the body the only difference is in appearance. Exams and Tests A doctor can diagnose a stork bite with a simple visual inspection. No tests are needed. Treatment No treatment is needed. If a stork bite lasts longer than 3 years, it may be removed using laser surgery to change the person s appearance. Outlook Prognosis Most stork bites on the face go away completely in about 18 months. Stork bites on the back of the neck usually do not go away. See also Midline nevus flammeus , also known as an angel s kiss or a salmon patch. Nevus flammeus , better known as a port wine stain. Skin lesion References reflist Congenital malformations and deformations of integument Dermal growth stub Category Dermal and subcutaneous growths ...   more details



  1. Epidermal nevus syndrome

    Epidermal nevus syndrome also known as Feuerstein and Mims syndrome, ref name Fitz2 ref name Andrews and Solomon s syndrome ref name Fitz2 Freedberg, et al. 2003 . Fitzpatrick s Dermatology in General Medicine . 6th ed. . McGraw Hill. ISBN 0 07 138076 0. ref rp 775 ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref was first described in 1968, and consists of extensive epidermal nevi with abnormalities of the CNS, skeleton, skin, cardiovascular system, genitourinary system, and eyes. ref name Andrews James, William Berger, Timothy Elston, Dirk 2005 . Andrews Diseases of the Skin Clinical Dermatology . 10th ed. . Saunders. ISBN 0 7216 2921 0. ref rp 634 However, since the syndrome s first description, a broader concept for the epidermal nevus syndrome has been proposed, with at least six types being described ref name Happel Happle, R. Epidermal nevus syndrome. Semin Dermatol . 1995 14 111. ref ref name Fitz2 rp 776 Schimmelpenning syndrome Nevus comedonicus syndrome Pigmented hairy epidermal nevus syndrome Proteus syndrome CHILD syndrome Phakomatosis pigmentokeratotica See also Epidermis skin Epidermis List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Epidermal growth stub Category Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, cysts ...   more details



  1. Zosteriform speckled lentiginous nevus

    Zosteriform speckled lentiginous nevus is a skin lesion that may be the result of a potentially lethal mutation. ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages 853 isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref The terminology has been described as confusing . ref name pmid1503204 cite journal author Marchesi L, Naldi L, Di Landro A, Cavalieri d Oro L, Brevi A, Cainelli T title Segmental lentiginosis with jentigo histologic pattern journal Am J Dermatopathol volume 14 issue 4 pages 323 7 year 1992 month August pmid 1503204 doi url ref It was characterized in 1981. ref name pmid7217395 cite journal author Simoes GA title Speckled zosteriform lentiginous nevus journal J. Am. Acad. Dermatol. volume 4 issue 2 pages 236 8 year 1981 month February pmid 7217395 doi 10.1016 S0190 9622 81 80245 9 url ref Cutaneous findings in FACES syndrome include zosteriform speckled lentiginous nevi. ref name urlSpeckled Lentiginous Nevus cite web url http emedicine.medscape.com article 1061990 overview showall title Speckled Lentiginous Nevus format work accessdate ref See also McCune Albright syndrome List of cutaneous conditions Nevus spilus References reflist Epidermal growth stub Category Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, cysts ...   more details



  1. Unilateral palmoplantar verrucous nevus

    A Unilateral palmoplantar verrucous nevus is a cutaneous condition that has features of pachyonychia congenita . ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages 848 9, 851 isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref See also Unilateral nevoid telangiectasia List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Epidermal growth stub Category Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, cysts ...   more details



  1. Sebaceous nevus syndrome

    Sebaceous nevus syndrome is a cutaneous condition and may resemble CHILD syndrome . ref name Bolognia cite book author Rapini, Ronald P. Bolognia, Jean L. Jorizzo, Joseph L. title Dermatology 2 Volume Set publisher Mosby location St. Louis year 2007 pages isbn 1 4160 2999 0 oclc doi accessdate ref See also Sebaceous hyperplasia List of cutaneous conditions References reflist Dermatology stub Category Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, cysts ...   more details




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