Accuracy and reading time for six strategies using digital breast tomosynthesis in women with mammographically negative dense breasts

@article{Tagliafico2017AccuracyAR,
  title={Accuracy and reading time for six strategies using digital breast tomosynthesis in women with mammographically negative dense breasts},
  author={Alberto Stefano Tagliafico and Massimo Calabrese and Bianca Bignotti and Alessio Signori and Erica Fisci and Federica Rossi and Francesca Valdora and Nehmat Houssami},
  journal={European Radiology},
  year={2017},
  volume={27},
  pages={5179-5184}
}
AbstractObjectiveTo compare six strategies using digital breast tomosynthesis in women with mammographically negative dense breasts.Materials and methodsThis is a substudy of the ‘ASTOUND’ trial. 163 women who underwent tomosynthesis with synthetically reconstructed projection images (S-2D) inclusive of 13 (7.9%) cases diagnosed with breast cancer at histopathology after surgery were evaluated. Accuracy measures and screen-reading time of six reading strategies were assessed: (A) Single reading… 
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