1971
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.103.6.628
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The recurrent basal cell epithelioma. A study of 100 cases of recurrent, re-treated basal cell epitheliomas

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“…Earlier studies of Bart et al (2) and Menn et al (8) showed that recurrence rates were unrelated to lesion diameter. In a review by Dellon (9), two studies found that a size of greater than 3 cm was related to tumor recurrence, but four studies concluded that no such relationship existed.…”
Section: Tumor Sizementioning
confidence: 86%
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“…Earlier studies of Bart et al (2) and Menn et al (8) showed that recurrence rates were unrelated to lesion diameter. In a review by Dellon (9), two studies found that a size of greater than 3 cm was related to tumor recurrence, but four studies concluded that no such relationship existed.…”
Section: Tumor Sizementioning
confidence: 86%
“…Recurrent lesions are buried beneath scar tissue, which acts as a barrier to upward migration; thus, a lesion may progress deeply before detection (14). Clinical borders often are more difficult to estimate (8). Furthermore, recurrent tumors tend to adopt a more aggressive histology than seen in the original tumor (8), and perineural invasion is most common in recurrent tumors (16).…”
Section: Recurrent Tumorsmentioning
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“…According to the literature, surgically excised primary BCCs may show a recurrence rate that varies from 5 to 14% (7)(8)(9)(10)(11)(12). The rates of recurrence appear to depend, to a large extent, on the anatomical localization, the histological characteristics, the initial treatment strategy and the eventual neoplastic margin involvement.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%