Atypical mole syndrome, also called dysplastic nevus syndrome, is a disorder of the skin characterized by the presence of many mole-like tumors (nevi). Most people have 10-20 moles over their bodies. People with this syndrome often have more than 100 mole.
- B-K Mole Syndrome
- Malignant Melanoma, Dysplastic Nevus Type
- Cutaneous Malignant Melanoma, Hereditary
- DNS, Hereditary
- Familial Atypical Mole-Malignant Melanoma Syndrome
- Dysplastic Nevus
Atypical mole may be inherited or appear sporadically. 24 Sun exposure may play a part in the distribution patterns of these nevi, but it is not absolutely necessary because atypical moles also appear on sun-protected skin.