With controversy lingering around mammography, advances in breast imaging may provide safer and more effective options.
Routine Mammography Not Necessary in Addition to Routine MRI
Routine mammography does not detect more cancers among high-risk women who undergo annual screening with MRI.
Demographics of Women Who Use Mobile Units for Mammography
There are significant differences between women who use mobile units for breast cancer screening compared with those who attend cancer centers.
Support for Annual Breast Cancer Screening from Age 40
Breast cancer incidence in women in their 40s supports the recommendation for annual screening from age 40.
Pain and Swelling from Breast Implant
Case History: 28-year-old female with left breast pain and swelling two years after augmentation mammoplasty.
Breast MRI Improves Depiction of DCIS
Using breast MR imaging among women with ductal carcinoma in situ provides better depiction of invasive breast cancers.
49 y/o, Palpable Breast Mass
Case History: 49-year-old female presented with palpable right breast retroareolar mass.
MRI Shapes Management of Pregnancy-Associated Breast Cancer
Breast MRI in pregnancy-associated breast cancer may change the surgical management of patients.
Breast Tomosynthesis in Practice
Early breast tomosynthesis adopter Washington Radiology Associates increased cancer detection by one-third, decreased call-backs, and improved provider confidence.
Palpable, Tender Breast Mass
Case History: 52-year-old female presented with a palpable, tender mass in the left breast.
27-year-old, Breast Mass
Case History: 27-year-old female with right upper outer quadrant firm breast mass.
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