I Thomassin Naggara

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Breast sonography is required with mammogram to explore clinical breast mass (grade B), colored unipore breast nipple discharge (grade C), or mastitis (grade C). Bi-RADS system is recommended to describe and classify breast-imaging abnormalities. For breast abscess, a percutaneous biopsy is recommended in case of mass or persistent symptoms (grade C). For(More)
MRI-guided biopsy is a recent interventional breast technique. Validating the procedure poses a new problem because the signal targeted is created by the injection of a paramagnetic contrast agent and is thus transitory. In the first instance, the procedure is validated by the radiologist, who checks that targeting is accurate and inserts a clip at the end(More)
The relation between breast tissue density and cancer risk is well known. Early quantification techniques were based on subjective visual assessment. Quantitative techniques were then developed using planimetric measurements, surface area calculations or volumetric measurements. More recently, digital mammography should allow objective computer-based(More)
Conversely to breast cancer, few data and guidelines are available to explore and manage benign breast disorders. Therefore, the Collège national des gynécologues et obstétriciens français (CNGOF - French College of Gynaecologists and Obstetricians) decided to establish clinical practice guidelines for benign breast tumour (BBT). CNGOF appointed a committee(More)
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