Women's Imaging

Analyzing the Options of Breast Imaging Technology

With controversy lingering around mammography, advances in breast imaging may provide safer and more effective options.

Women's Imaging

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

Analyzing whether rising costs of early breast cancer screening, like mammography, lead to better detection rates.

Tomosynthesis provides better visualization of architectural distortion than mammography.

Study tackles why women with most treatable form of breast cancer pursue most aggressive prophylactic measures; MRI false-positives have no effect.

Combining MRI and mammography in an organized breast screening program for high-risk women is effective.

Fujifulm’s Aspire Cristalle digital mammography solution received FDA clearance yesterday and includes features promoting patient comfort and image quality.

Screening with tomosynthesis in conjunction with digital mammography lowers recall rates and increases cancer detection.


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