The detection and biopsy of breast diseases: Role of imaging
Advances in the imaging of breast have paralleled the increased detection of carcinoma breast. Although mammographyremains the gold standard with a phenomenal backup by ultrasound; the natural architectural variations along withthe discomfort of compression and intrinsic radiation hazard led to a quest for further avenues. This articlc is acommentary regarding the trend changes in the conventional film-scrccn mammography reporting; its variations withdigital, radio-nuclear, magnetic resonance (MR) and CT laser (CTLM) techniques and the breast ultrasoundcomplemented by Doppler and image guided biopsy systems. Current uses, limitations and potentials are discussed.
Journal of the Dow University of Health Sciences
(2007). The detection and biopsy of breast diseases: Role of imaging. Journal of the Dow University of Health Sciences, 1(1), 41-45.
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