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With controversy lingering around mammography, advances in breast imaging may provide safer and more effective options.
Benign Breast Mass Not So Benign After All
New evidence reveals that risk prediction for breast cancer is imperative in women with atypical hyperplasia of breast tissue.
Image IQ: 52-year-old Female with Family History of Breast Cancer
52-year-old asymptomatic female with family history of breast cancer presents for annual mammogram.
Imaging Performed on Breast Cancer Patients Despite Recommendations
Physicians continue to perform imaging on asymptomatic patients with early-stage breast cancer, despite ASCO 2012 recommendations against it.
Technologists Affect How Radiologists Read Screening Mammography
Screening mammography image readings by radiologists are influenced by individual technologists.
Risk-Based Screening Misses Many Breast Cancers
Mammography done on a risk-based approach among women in their forties misses a significant number of cancers, of which many are invasive.
Making Mammograms Less Painful
Mammograms with less pressure do not compromise radiation dose or image quality.
TPS Debuts Updated Breast Imaging Workstation
Three Palm Software will reveal at RSNA 2014 an updated WorkstationOne, its breast imaging workstation.
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.
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