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ABUS not needed in at-risk women’s screening protocol

Monday, November 30 | 10:20 a.m.-10:30 a.m. | RC215-10 | Arie Crown TheaterWomen who carry BRCA genes benefit from yearly screening with both MRI and mammography. Because these women can still present with interval cancers, would adding automated breast ultrasound (ABUS) to the mix find more cancers earlier? Source: Road to RSNA, Women's Imaging

By |七月 22nd, 2016|ABUS|0 Comments

Can automated breast ultrasound handle screening?

Even if it may detect slightly fewer noncystic lesions than handheld ultrasound performed by radiologists, automated breast ultrasound can still serve as an effective supplemental breast cancer screening tool in women with dense breasts, according to a multi-institutional research team. Source: Radiology, Ultrasound Community

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Multimodality approach personalizes breast screening

It used to be that 2D mammography was the only breast cancer screening game in town. Breast imagers now have more weapons in their arsenal, but when is the best time to use which technology? Fortunately, a new screening algorithm can help imagers decide how to personalize their approach to screening. Source: Radiology, Women's Imaging

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ABUS: An effective option for dense breast screening

The rise of the breast density movement has more women's health practices turning to ultrasound as an adjunct to mammography screening. A new study in the June issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology found that automated breast ultrasound (ABUS) can meet this need, without the drawbacks of handheld ultrasound. Source: Radiology, Ultrasound Community

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