Michael N. Linver, MD


Interactive workshops boost imagers' interpretive skills

February 01, 2007

Screening mammography in the U.S. has contributed mightily to the nearly 30% reduction in deaths from breast cancer since 1990.1 This success is due to many factors, including improvements in breast imaging technology, breast imaging teaching courses, the increased experience of a cadre of dedicated mammographers, and the implementation of the Mammography Quality Standards Act.