Positron Emission Mammography: Initial Clinical Results

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Background: Evaluation of high-risk mammograms represents an enormous clinical challenge. Functional breast imaging coupled with mammography (positron emission mammography [PEM]) could improve imaging of such lesions. A prospective study was performed using PEM in women scheduled for stereotactic breast biopsy. Methods: Patients were recruited from the… (More)
DOI: 10.1245/ASO.2003.03.047

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@article{Levine2003PositronEM, title={Positron Emission Mammography: Initial Clinical Results}, author={Edward Levine and Rita I. Freimanis and Nancy D Perrier and Kathryn A. Morton and Nadia M. Lesko and S. Yoav Bergman and Kim R. Geisinger and Rodney C. Williams MS and Connie Sharpe MBA and Valera Zavarzin MS and PhD Irving N. Weinberg and Pavel Y. Stepanov MS and David Beylin MS and Kathryn Lauckner and Mohan Doss and Judy Lovelace RN and Lee P. Adler}, journal={Annals of Surgical Oncology}, year={2003}, volume={10}, pages={86-91} }