Table 1: A list of some of the reported cases of microcystic variant of urothelial carcinoma that have been reported in the literature with their outcome following treatment.

AuthorsSex/ageSiteGrade and stageTreatmentOutcomeFollowup duration

Leroy et al. 2002 [11]M 73 yearsRight renal pelvisLamina propria and muscularis invasion T2Right nephrectomyDied 18 months later from pulmonary metastasis18 months
F 62 yearsLeft renal pelvisTubules and cysts into lamina propria, muscularis propria, and renal parenchyma, and in renal pelvis to fat T3 Left nephroureterectomyAlive after 6 months6 months

Barresi et al. 2009 [9]Details not available in our source of informationUrinary bladderMetastatic with penile metastasis High-grade G3 invasiveDetails not available in our source of informationDied of disseminated disease 6 months laterSix months

Alvarado-Cabrero et al. 2008 [10]M 80 yearsUrinary bladderSuperficialTransurethral resection of the bladder tumour and intravesical mitomycin cAlive and well after 3 years no recurrence3 years

Vardar et al. 2007 [12]M 52 years Urinary bladderMuscle-invasiveRadical cystectomy and pelvic lymph adenectomyAlive at 10 months with no recurrence10 months

Sari et al. 2007 [13] M 56Urinary bladderHigh-grade (G3) Muscle-invasive with metastasis to penisRadical cystoprostatectomy and total penectomyHe died 6 months postoperatively 6 months

Young and Zukerberg 1991 [5]4 cases Age range 35 to 69 yearsUrinary bladderDeeply muscle invasive 4; Grade 2 2 cases Grade 3 2 casesDetails not available in source of informationDetails not available in source of information

Radopoulos et al. 2005 [15]M 38 yearsUrinary bladderMuscle-invasive Radical cystectomyAlive 3 years with no recurrence3 years

Pacchioni et al. 2009 [6]M 56 yearsLeft renal pelvisDetails not available in source of information Details not availableDetails not available in source of information