Mammography in the assessment of response to medical treatment of large primary breast cancer.

@article{Moskovic1993MammographyIT,
  title={Mammography in the assessment of response to medical treatment of large primary breast cancer.},
  author={Eleanor C Moskovic and Janine L. Mansi and David M King and C R Murch and Ian E. Smith},
  journal={Clinical radiology},
  year={1993},
  volume={47 5},
  pages={339-44}
}
The sequential mammograms of 48 patients (median age: 54 years, range: 24-84 years) undergoing primary medical treatment for large operable breast cancer at this institution were reviewed, and compared to the findings at clinical assessment. Twenty-six patients underwent endocrine therapy using tamoxifen, and 22 chemotherapy (CMF or MMM). All had more than two mammograms which were reviewed blindly by two independent radiologists. Response to treatment by both evaluation modalities was recorded… CONTINUE READING