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Expert Opinion / Cases · May 11, 2022

A Different Kind of BRAF Mutation — BRAF/MEKi or Follow-Up?

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Viola Franke MD

 

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  • Galina Kharkevich

    May 13, 2022

    Follow-up

  • Svetlana Protsenko

    May 16, 2022

    Follow up

  • Ankit Mangla

    Oct 16, 2022

    Resection of in-transit mets +/- discussion for complete lymph node dissection (if PET positive). Restaging PET scan and MRI brain. If all are negative, then follow up in the clinic as per the protocol of IIIC melanoma. Unfortunately, the adjuvant trials were done on patients who had upfront complete lymph node dissection. MSLT-2 criteria changed the surgical practice from complete lymph node dissection to SNLB and US-guided monitoring. 

  • Apr 22, 2024

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