Breast MRI in pregnancy-associated breast cancer may change the surgical management of patients.
Sub-harmonic aided pressure estimation and sub-harmonic imaging can correctly predict responses after 10% chemotherapy completion.
Breast cancers detected by screening mammography do not spontaneously disappear.
Additional MR screening helps identify previously undiagnosed breast cancers in women with average lifetime risk.
Direction from the Society of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging offers guidance for bone scintigraphy with patients who have prostate or breast cancer.
Screening for breast cancer among women at average risk still varies considerably between physicians.
Breast images performed outside cancer centers may be interpreted differently if reinterpreted at a cancer center.
Preoperative MRI following ultrasound detection of breast cancer can find more cancers.
Screening mammography is not utilized equally among racial groups.
Inappropriate imaging is still performed among asymptomatic women with stage I or II breast cancer in Ontario.