Common acquired nevus - External and Internal Eye
The conjunctiva and episclera may also develop nevi (which may also actually be congenital with delayed recognition); as in skin, these may be histologically junctional, compound, or deep. The nevus is the most common pigmented lesion of the conjunctiva, generally becoming apparent in the first or second decade of life and over time becoming more pigmented.
D22.9 – Melanocytic nevi, unspecified
400096001 – Melanocytic nevus
Differential Diagnosis & Pitfalls