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Video: Washington Radiology Associates was an early adopter of breast tomosynthesis. Hear about the practice’s implementation and results.
Strut-Based Brachytherapy Effective in Early Breast Cancer
Treatment for early breast cancer with strut-based brachytherapy is safe and effective.
Breast Biopsy Anxiety Drops with Good Communication
Better communication between radiologists and patients undergoing image-guided breast biopsies results in lower anxiety before and after the procedure.
Collaborating with Breast Surgeons
Radiologists and breast surgeons often have different follow-up protocols for probably benign lesions. The closer collaboration is ideal, but we need to merge our algorithms.
Breast Imaging Market Is Picking Up After Slow Period
The tides are turning for breast imagers. After several years of declining demand and facility closures, the market is rebounding and more growth is expected.
FDA Clears Philips’ MicroDose SI Mammo System
Philips received FDA 510(k) clearance for MicroDose SI, a full-field digital mammography system that enables future Single-Shot Spectral Imaging applications.
Digital, Analogue Mammo Equal in Measuring Breast Density
Breast density can be accurately scored with images obtained through either digital mammography or film-screen mammography.
Screening Mammograms Every Two Years OK for Older Women
Mammograms every two years are just as beneficial to women over 65 as are annual exams — and may reduce false positives.
Breast Tomosynthesis in Practice
Early breast tomosynthesis adopter Washington Radiology Associates increased cancer detection by one-third, decreased call-backs, and improved provider confidence.
Podcast: Implementing a Low Dose Mammography Solution
Raymond Tu, MD, discusses the considerations for implementing a new lower dose mammography system, including patient safety, market share, and cost.