Efficiency of cancer detection during routine repeat (incident) mammographic screening: two versus one view mammography.

@article{Blanks1998EfficiencyOC,
  title={Efficiency of cancer detection during routine repeat (incident) mammographic screening: two versus one view mammography.},
  author={R G Blanks and R. M. Given-Wilson and Susan M Moss},
  journal={Journal of medical screening},
  year={1998},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={141-5}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the influence of one view versus two view mammography on cancer detection and recall for further investigation of women attending incident (subsequent) screening. SETTING All cancers (invasive and in situ) detected as incident cases during the second screening round (January 1994 to January 1997) at the South West London Breast Screening Service were used. This service uses two view mammography and double reading, with arbitration by a third or further readers for all… CONTINUE READING

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