Megan Bydder

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Mammographic density in digital mammograms can be assessed visually or using automated volumetric methods; the aim in both cases is to identify women at greater risk of developing breast cancer, and those for whom mammography is less sensitive. Ideally all methods should identify the same women as having high density, but this is not the case in practice.(More)
AIM To investigate UK radiology trainees' perceptions of breast radiology and the factors that influenced their decision whether or not to choose breast radiology as an area of special interest. MATERIALS & METHODS An online survey was compiled and distributed to all UK specialty trainees in clinical radiology via the Royal College of Radiologists Junior(More)
PURPOSE To test the hypothesis that pelvic bone marrow fat fraction (FF) (i.e., quantity of fat relative to water) varies with glucose metabolism and radiation dose in patients undergoing pelvic radiotherapy. METHODS 34 patients with pelvic malignancies were enrolled from 2009-2012 on prospective trials; 31 received concurrent chemotherapy. All patients(More)
O1 Accuracy of GE digital breast tomosynthesis versus supplementary mammographic views for diagnosis of screen-detected soft tissue breast lesions Eleanor Cornford, Anne Turnbull, Jonathan James, Rachel Tsang, Tayeba Akram, Helen Burrell, Lisa Hamilton, Sarah Tennant, Mark Bagnall, Shama Puri, Graham Balls, Yan Chen, Vivienne Jones Nottingham Breast(More)
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