Features of skinfold thickness in men with benign nevi

Keywords: benign nevi, skinfold thickness, men.

Abstract

Nevi, although benign neoplasms of the skin, but have a certain tendency to malignancy, which is influenced by various external and internal human factors. Predicting the risk of benign nevi against this background is an important topic for experimental research. The aim of the study was to establish the features of the skinfold thickness (SFT) in men of the first adult age with benign nevi. SFT was determined according to the Bunak scheme for men (aged 22-35 years) with melanocyte benign simple nevi (n=34), melanocyte benign dysplastic nevi (n=27), melanocyte benign congenital nevi (n=14) and non-melanocyte benign (n=17). The control group – SFT of 82 practically healthy men of the same age group was selected from the data bank of the Research Center of National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya. Statistical processing of the results was performed in the license package “Statistica 5.5” using non-parametric evaluation methods. It was found that in practically healthy men higher than in patients – SFT on the anterior and posterior surfaces of the shoulder and thigh (in all groups of patients); SFT on the forearm, at the lower angle of the scapula, chest and shin (only in patients with melanocyte benign dysplastic nevi). Also in healthy men are found lower than in patients – SFT on the side (in all groups of patients); SFT in the abdomen (in patients with melanocyte benign simple and non-melanocyte benign nevi). When comparing SFT between patients with benign nevi, in most cases, lower values of SFT found in patients with melanocyte benign dysplastic nevi. The obtained results indicate the initial manifestations of abdominal (android) type of fat deposition in the body in patients with benign nevi (most pronounced in patients with melanocyte benign simple nevi).

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Published
2021-12-17
How to Cite
Nabil Basim, Y. H. (2021). Features of skinfold thickness in men with benign nevi. Reports of Morphology, 27(4), 59-64. https://doi.org/10.31393/morphology-journal-2021-27(4)-09

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