Hematology and Oncology Q 12

A 50-year-old woman undergoes follow-up evaluation for a right iliofemoral deep venous thrombosis diagnosed 6 weeks ago by Doppler ultrasonography. She reports no new symptoms and notes her right leg edema is improving. She has no history of travel, surgery, or immobility. She indicates feeling well before her diagnosis, with no shortness of breath. She had a normal screening colonoscopy 3 months ago and a normal mammogram and Pap smear 6 months ago. Medical history is otherwise unremarkable. Her only medication is rivaroxaban.

On physical examination, vital signs are normal. She has mild edema of the right lower extremity. The examination is otherwise unremarkable.

Which of the following is the most appropriate diagnostic test to perform next?

A Abdominal and pelvic CT

B Chest CT

C Repeat lower extremity Doppler ultrasonography

D No additional testing

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