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Case prepared by: Christina A. Arnold
GI Pathology Fellow
Attending: Ming-Tseh Lin, M. D.
  Case 72
Clinical History: A 40-year-old male underwent a right hemicolectomy. No metastatic lesions were detected. What molecular tests would be most appropriate?
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Choose the correct diagnosis:
  a. Microsatellite instability test
  b. 1p/19q deletion
  c. EGFR mutation
  d. KIT mutation
  e. PDGFRA mutation
 



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