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Comparison of digital mammography alone and digital mammography plus tomosynthesis in a population-based screening program.
The use of mammography plus tomosynthesis in a screening environment resulted in a significantly higher cancer detection rate and enabled the detection of more invasive cancers. Expand
Full-field digital mammography compared to screen film mammography in the prevalent round of a population-based screening programme: the Vestfold County Study
FFDM had a significantly higher detection rate for ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) than SFM and for invasive cancers no difference was seen. Expand
Population-based mammography screening: comparison of screen-film and full-field digital mammography with soft-copy reading--Oslo I study.
Full-field digital mammography with soft-copy reading is comparable to screen-film mammography in population-based screening, and cancer conspicuity was equal with both modalities. Expand
Analysis of sonographic features in the differentiation of fibroadenoma and invasive ductal carcinoma.
A combination of tumor descriptors gave negative predictive values approaching 100%, allowing downgrading of solid breast masses with a high degree of confidence, and standardization of sonographic descriptor analysis is provided. Expand
Digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT): initial experience in a clinical setting
Comparing digital mammography and DBT in a side-by-side feature analysis for cancer conspicuity shows that there is a potential for increasing the sensitivity using this new technique, especially for cancers manifesting as spiculated masses and distortions. Expand
Gene expression profiling of peripheral blood cells for early detection of breast cancer
A gene signature in whole blood that classifies breast cancer patients and healthy women with good accuracy is identified supporting the previous findings. Expand
Prospective trial comparing full-field digital mammography (FFDM) versus combined FFDM and tomosynthesis in a population-based screening programme using independent double reading with arbitration
Double reading of 2D + 3D significantly improves the cancer detection rate in mammography screening and significantly reduced false-positive interpretations in tomosynthesis-based examinations. Expand
Randomized trial of screen-film versus full-field digital mammography with soft-copy reading in population-based screening program: follow-up and final results of Oslo II study.
FFDM resulted in a significantly higher cancer detection rate than did SFM and the PPVs were comparable for the two imaging modalities. Expand
Screen-film mammography versus full-field digital mammography with soft-copy reading: randomized trial in a population-based screening program--the Oslo II Study.
FFDM allowed a higher cancer detection rate than did SFM in the group aged 50-69, although the difference did not reach statistical significance, and SFM and FFDM with soft-copy reading are comparable techniques for population-based screening mammography programs. Expand
Breast MRI: EUSOBI recommendations for women’s information
Information on breast MRI concerns advantages/disadvantages and preparation to the examination, and Claustrophobia, implantable devices, allergic predisposition, and renal function should be checked. Expand