Birthmark (Congenital Melanocytic Nevus)
A congenital nevus is found in about 2% of newborns and is usually a raised, brown spot, as seen here on the nose.
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This page displays pictures and information describing common conditions of the nose in male infants. The nose is prone to common skin infections (tinea faciale, or ringworm on the face) and also to general skin conditions such as rashes, pyogenic granuloma, birthmarks, and milia. The photos below illustrate these health concerns and provide links to information about self-care remedies as well as when it is important to make an appointment with the baby's doctor.