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Nevus Of Ota
Yes: Nevus of ota, described by ota and tanino in 1939, is a hamartoma of dermal melanocytes which presents as a blue or gray patch on face, which is congenital or acquired in the distribution v1 and v2 nerve. Associated ocular complications need to be treated. Good success rates & minimal adverse effects have been reported with the q-switched ruby, q-sw alexandrite, q-sw nd:yag lasers multiple times. ...Read more
I have a nevus of ota under my left eye . I had it since my birth. Is there any way except.Laser to reduce it or lower its darkness?
Laser is best: Think of a nevus of ota as a tattoo. Laser, specifically the ones we use for tattoo removal, are the most efficient and safe way, when in the right hands to remove the pigment from the lesion without damaging or scarring the skin. See an experienced laser expert for a consultation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer