Best Practices: Imaging
Editor's Note: This is the third installment of a five-part series adapted from the author's paper "Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: A Planning Guide to Implementing the Latest Advancement into Your Imaging Center." Links to parts 1 & 2 , in addition to...
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Best Practices: Imaging
Editor's Note: This is the second installment of a five-part series adapted from the author's paper "Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: A Planning Guide to Implementing the Latest Advancement into Your Imaging Center." Links to part 1 and the full paper...
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Best Practices: Imaging
Editor's Note: This is the first installment of a five-part series adapted from the author's paper "Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: A Planning Guide to Implementing the Latest Advancement into Your Imaging Center." A link to the full paper, can be...
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Best Practices: Imaging
It is becoming more well-known that architectural distortion from old surgeries not seen in 2D can often be visualized in digital breast tomosynthesis.     When you see this newly appreciated architectural distortion you are faced with the need...
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Best Practices: Imaging
Can the type of skin marker used make a difference in revealing potential breast cancers? While there is no substitute for the trained eye of a radiologist who specializes in breast imaging, the type of mammography skin marker used to identify a...
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Best Practices: Imaging
All women have been there or will be soon. That time of year that prompts you to rearrange the kids' drop off or pick up time, somehow figure out how you are going to take a full hour of personal time, and a morning that alerts you to make sure...
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Best Practices: Imaging
Despite its advanced technology in finding more cancers and lowering overall recall rates, uncertainty of findings still occurs in digital breast tomosynthesis leading to additional procedures or missed diagnoses - much of which could have been...
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Best Practices: Imaging
Breast Imaging Radiologists already have an extremely difficult task. They need to diagnose cancer at its earliest stage without a shadow of a doubt, even if images might appear comparable to trying to find Waldo in a candy cane factory. These...
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