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Mammograms of dense breast tissue are read in a different way than mammograms of less dense breast tissue.

There is a need for radiologists to educate the public about why mammography isn’t always a lifesaver, according to experts at AHRA.

Mammography detects early cancers in older women and provides better disease-specific survival than cancers discovered by the patient or physician.

Long-time proponent of ultrasound for breast screening, Kevin M. Kelly, MD, discusses what radiologists need to know.

The type of imaging processing used in digital mammography has an impact on detection of calcification clusters.

An annual screening for breast cancer using a combination of MRI and mammography could be an effective program for high-risk women, particularly those who are known BRCA mutation carriers.

Federal standard would require women be informed if they have dense breast tissue as indicated on mammogram.

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