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PURPOSE To (a) determine the performance of screening mammography, ultrasonography (US), and physical examination (PE); (b) analyze the influence of age, hormonal status, and breast density; (c) compare the size and stage of tumors detected with each modality; and (d) determine which modality or combination of modalities optimize cancer detection. (More)
PURPOSE To assess the risk of nephropathy after administration of contrast material by reviewing the published literature on intravenous contrast material administration and by separating reports with appropriate control measures from those without such measures. MATERIALS AND METHODS The MEDLINE database was searched for articles published from October(More)
OBJECTIVE Most studies of contrast-induced nephropathy lack controls to distinguish it from nephropathy from other causes. We assessed the frequency and magnitude of serum creatinine changes in patients not receiving iodinated contrast material to compare with creatinine changes in publications regarding contrast nephropathy. MATERIALS AND METHODS From(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate bilateral screening ultrasound (US) in the detection of otherwise occult masses and cancer in women with dense breasts and normal mammographic and physical examination findings. MATERIALS AND METHODS Of 11,220 consecutive patients prospectively examined, all 3,626 women with dense breasts and normal mammographic and physical(More)