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Table 1 Case reports published in the past 20 years of BCC arising on the scrotum

From: Micronodular basal cell carcinoma of the scrotum: a case report and review of the literature

Refs. Year Authors Country Patient age Morphology Pigmentation Size (cm) Microscopic type Metastasis Months to presentation Carcinogen exposure
[12] 2000 Takahashi et al. Japan 49 Hyperkeratotic erythematous plaque No 1 No 12 No
[13] 2000 Vandeweyer et al. Belgium 66, 71, 58, 74 Ulcer with pearly border, erythematous plaque No 0.5, 1.5, 0.9, 1.5 Solid BCC No 9 History of radiation exposure
[14] 2002 Chave et al. UK 69 Nodule with central ulcer Side pigmentation 1.5 No 3, 6 No
[15] 2002 Ribuffo et al. Italy 75 Ulcer No Perineal skin 60 No
[16] 2004 Izikson et al. USA 77 Ulcerated nodule Variegated 4 Nodular BCC No, recurrence + Coal tar, asbestos, machine oil, sulfur, hydraulic fluid, (smoker)
[17] 2005 Kinoshita et al. Japan 80 Ulcerated nodule No 2.5 LN, recurrence 96 No
[18] 2008 Ouchi et al. Japan 54 Pedunculated nodule Yes 1.7 Polypoid BCC No 6 No
[19] 2008 Rao et al. India 75 Ulcerated nodule Yes 4 No 24 No
[20] 2011 Jianwei et al. China 74 Ulcer with pearly border No 2 Nodular BCC No 612 Benzene
[21] 2014 Li et al. China 61 Eroded plaque, rolled border No 4 Nodular BCC No 18 No
[22] 2016 Delto et al. USA 69 Fungating verruciform mass, flat lesion No 10 No NF, (smoker)
[23] 2016 Hernandez et al. Spain 50 Eroded exophytic tumor No 1 Solid BCC No 12 Asbestos
[24] 2018 Padoveze et al. Brazil 87 Perlaceous tumor with telangiectasias No 2.5 Nodular BCC No 6 No
[25] 2020 Han et al. China 74 Nodule No 2 Superficial BCC No 144 No
  2021 Current case Syria 55 Nodule Yes 0.7 Micronodular BCC No 24 No
  1. LN lymph nodes, NF neurofibromatosis