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Table 3 Details of the 7 patients with prior history of surgical violation of the scrotum and their outcome

From: Stage I seminoma: treatment outcome at King Hussein Cancer Center in Jordan

No. Age (years) T stage Surgical approach Histology Pathological risk features Preoperative tumor markers Postoperative tumor markers Adjuvant radiotherapy field (dose) Management of scrotal scar Outcome (time at follow-up from relapse)
1 27 T1 Scrotal biopsy followed by inguinal orchiectomy Classical 5 cm tumor Normal Normal Dog-leg (25 Gy/15Fx) Local irradiation (25 Gy/15Fx) ANED (74 months)
2 44 T1 Scrotal orchiectomy Classical None Normal Normal Para-aortic (20 Gy/10Fx) Re-excision of scar ANED (20 months)
3 30 T1 Scrotal biopsy followed by inguinal orchiectomy Classical 6 cm tumor
Rete testis invasion
Normal Normal Dog-leg (25 Gy/15Fx) Local irradiation (25 Gy/15Fx) ANED (53 months)
4 44 T1 Scrotal biopsy followed by inguinal orchiectomy Classical Not available Not available Normal Dog-leg (20 Gy/10Fx) Re-excision of scar ANED (28 months)
5 45 T1 Scrotal exploration followed by inguinal orchiectomy Classical Not available Not available Normal Dog-leg (25 Gy/15Fx) Re-excision of scar ANED (7 months)
6 40 T1 Scrotal orchiectomy Classical None Normal Normal Dog-leg (20 Gy/10Fx) Local irradiation (20 Gy/10Fx) ANED (12 months)
7 38 T1 Scrotal biopsy followed by inguinal orchiectomy Classical 8 cm tumor Not available Normal Dog-leg (20 Gy/10Fx) Local irradiation (20 Gy/10Fx) ANED (37 months)
  1. ANED: Alive no evidence of disease.