Pigmented basal cell carcinoma with numerous blue-gray to gray-brownish, more or less irregularly outlined dots/globules, also called leaf-like areas

Pigmented basal cell carcinoma with a variation on the theme of leaf-like areas in the left part and delicate arborizing vessels at the center

This pigmented basal cell carcinoma is characterized by several gray-bluish dots/globules distributed throughout the lesion. In addition, rare arborizing vessels in the right part facilitate the diagnosis.

Pigmented basal cell carcinoma with irregularly outlined gray-bluish dots/globules featuring leaf-like areas that, in the absence of other melanoma-specific dermoscopic criteria, are suggestive of basal cell carcinoma

This basal cell carcinoma in severely sun-damaged skin, associated with solar lentigines, can be easily diagnosed because of the presence of stereotypical arborizing vessels