This video highlights a study on optoacoustic imaging, a new type of imaging that could improve breast cancer diagnosis by differentiating between benign and malignant breast masses.
Implementing simple interventions could significantly decrease screening mammography recall rates.
Informed decision making for this older women regarding breast cancer screening should be a public health priority.
CAD-measured peak enhancement at preoperative MRI of women with primary operable breast cancer and outcomes.
Synthetic vs digital 2D mammograms in assessing breast tissue density.
Effect of breast density on mammography radiation dose.
Annual MRI screening and cancer detection among women under 50 who had breast conservation therapy following breast cancer.
Mammography screening women regularly at age 50 results in many women in their 40s not being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Shifting from film to digital technology for diagnostic mammography has improved cancer detection, and increased the abnormal interpretation rate.
Study shows using MR imaging for breast screening among women with average cancer risk improves early diagnosis.