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Why implementing abbreviated breast MRI is a good idea

By 22nd November 2018February 1st, 2019No Comments

By Dr B.E. Dogan

Breast magnetic resonance imaging (BMRI) has been used with increasing frequency over the past 10 years because of its well-documented high sensitivity for detecting breast cancers, especially those that are occult on conventional imaging. Compared with other screening modalities, such as X-ray mammography and ultrasonography, MRI has a substantially higher diagnostic sensitivity and cancer yield and lower interval cancer rates [1-6].

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