Digital Mammography versus Breast Tomosynthesis: Impact of Breast Density on Diagnostic Performance in Population-based Screening.

@article{sters2019DigitalMV,
  title={Digital Mammography versus Breast Tomosynthesis: Impact of Breast Density on Diagnostic Performance in Population-based Screening.},
  author={B. H. {\O}ster{\aa}s and A. C. Martinsen and R. Gullien and P. Skaane},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={2019},
  pages={
          190425
        }
}
BackgroundPrevious studies comparing digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) to digital mammography (DM) have shown conflicting results regarding breast density and diagnostic performance.PurposeTo compare true-positive and false-positive interpretations in DM versus DBT according to volumetric density, age, and mammographic findings.Materials and MethodsFrom November 2010 to December 2012, 24 301 women aged 50-69 years (mean age, 59.1 years ± 5.7) were prospectively included in the Oslo… Expand
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