Articles Related to breast cancer screening on Health Imaging Hub
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A novel imaging techonolgy, referred to as phase contrast x-ray imaging has allowed researchers from TH Zurich, the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) and the Kantonsspital Baden to conduct mammographic imaging that leads to higher accuracy in the evaluation of breast cancer and its symptoms. The imaging...
 
According to a recent study, women who undergo radiotherapy treatment for breast cancer have a small but significantly increased risk of developing a primary lung tumor following treatment, to which further research has confirmed that this risk increases with the amount of radiation absorbed by t...
 
Based on a 25 year follow-up data study from a Canadian screening facility, yearly mammography failed to diminish breast cancer mortality rates in women ages 40 to 59, as opposed to physical examination or standard care. Women screened on an annual basis by mammography for 5 years had had a breas...
 
In 2009, the US Preventive Services Task Force (UPSTF) established guidelines recommending biennial mammography screening for women between the ages of 50 and 74. While today, researchers suggest that following this recommendation would be just as effective and save the US health care system $4.3 bi...
 
According to a recent study, the problem of possible dangers from mammography have been brought out center fold in a New York Times op-ed piece stating that “the false alarms in breast cancer screening are a problem that needs to be fixed." The op-ed article was predicated on a commentary publi...
 
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a nipple aspirate test should not displace the mammography imaging procedure or otherwise be used on its own to screen for breast cancer. "The FDA is not aware of any valid scientific data to show that a nipple aspirate test by itself is an effec...
 
Based on a new study, the occurrence of mammography may not have an affect on the size of tumors when they're detected, but fewer screens may be linked to more lymph node positivity. According to Lilian Wang, MD, of Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University, and peers, there were no ma...
 
In a large screening study at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP), researchers compared breast imaging results from 3-D mammography, known as digital breast tomosynthesis, to results from standard digital mammography, which is the most widely used breast cancer screening procedure o...
 
The 99th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is scheduled from December 1 – 6, 2013, at Chicago's McCormick Place. It is where all the latest discoveries, techniques, and innovations of the medical imaging world are shared, discussed, and view...
 
Regular screening can raise women’s chances of breast cancer survival by detecting the disease early and being able to treat it at such a pivotal stage. A team of Dutch researchers developed a prototype of a new imaging tool that may soon be able to identify breast cancer in its early stages, wh...
 
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