Fast Five Quiz: Are You Able to Identify and Treat Melanomas?

Winston Tan, MD


June 02, 2015

A chest CT scan should be included in the staging workup of a patient with stage IV disease (ie, known distant metastases) to detect asymptomatic metastatic lesions.

In patients with stage I, II, or III disease, a chest CT scan should be performed only if clinically indicated.

For more on the workup of melanoma, read here.


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