The disease during development is divided into five stages: The zero stage is characterized by the formation of urso cell in the body, but without signs of the formation of a nevus.

The disease occurs in two forms - it can grow above the dermis or move inward. Plaques of various sizes gradually form over the skin. Pathologies developing inside can destroy bone structures.

At stage 1, a surface spot develops up to 20 mm. At stage 2, the growth of ursodiol begins up to 50 mm. Stage 3 is characterized by germination into the depth of the dermis and ulceration on the surface. Stage 4 is determined by the large size of the neoplasm, the presence of multiple ulceration and the destruction of the bone structure.

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