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Mammography

Mammography

Where did tomosynthesis come from and where is it going? Here, a tomosynthesis pioneer discusses its evolution.

Access to imaging, particularly MRI and some forms of CT, vary considerably across the United States.

Based on a true story: the radiologists never saw it coming.

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.

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