Detection of architectural distortion in last screening mammograms prior to detection of breast cancer

Abstract

Breast cancer is one of the most important malignancies in women. Statistics from the National Cancer Institute of Canada show that the lifetime probability of a woman developing breast cancer is one in 8.9, with a lifetime probability of one in 27 of dying due to the disease [1]. Since only localized cancer is deemed to be treatable and curable, as opposed… (More)

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@inproceedings{Prajna2007DetectionOA, title={Detection of architectural distortion in last screening mammograms prior to detection of breast cancer}, author={Shormistha Prajna}, year={2007} }