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When do strawberry naevi go away?

2 Jun, 09 | by Bob Phillips

Summer’s here in Yorkshire, and the fruit of the season is strawberries. But strawberry naevi can be troublesome, and cause lots and lots of worries for parents. So how well do we know their natural history? Resolution of 50% at 5 years, 70% at 7 years and 90% at 9 years?

Well, we’ve all got opinions, but Johnathan Graham of Taunton is seeking to provide the evidence. In the spirit of medicine though, let’s just guess when …

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