Short-term follow-up results in 795 nonpalpable probably benign lesions detected at screening mammography.

@article{Vizcano2001ShorttermFR,
  title={Short-term follow-up results in 795 nonpalpable probably benign lesions detected at screening mammography.},
  author={Inmaculada Vizca{\'i}no and L Gadea and Luis Andreo and Dolores Salas and Francisco Ruiz-Perales and Dolors Cuevas and Carolina Herranz and Fernanda Bueno},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={219 2},
  pages={475-83}
}
PURPOSE To evaluate short-term follow-up of nonpalpable probably benign lesions in a 2-year mammographic screening. MATERIALS AND METHODS Of 13,790 women aged 45-65 years who underwent first-round screening, 795 (5.8%) underwent short-term mammographic follow-up (every 6 months for 2 years) of nonpalpable probably benign lesions (eg, masses, focal asymmetric densities, and calcifications) previously assessed at an additional imaging evaluation, including ultrasonography. When no changes were… CONTINUE READING

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