The Feasibility of Classifying Breast Masses Using a Computer-Assisted Diagnosis (CAD) System Based on Ultrasound Elastography and BI-RADS Lexicon

@article{Fleury2018TheFO,
  title={The Feasibility of Classifying Breast Masses Using a Computer-Assisted Diagnosis (CAD) System Based on Ultrasound Elastography and BI-RADS Lexicon},
  author={Eduardo F. C. Fleury and Ana Claudia Gianini and Karem D. Marcomini and Vilmar M. Oliveira},
  journal={Technology in Cancer Research \& Treatment},
  year={2018},
  volume={17}
}
Objectives: To determine the applicability of a computer-aided diagnostic system strain elastography system for the classification of breast masses diagnosed by ultrasound and scored using the criteria proposed by the breast imaging and reporting data system ultrasound lexicon and to determine the diagnostic accuracy and interobserver variability. Methods: This prospective study was conducted between March 1, 2016, and May 30, 2016. A total of 83 breast masses subjected to percutaneous biopsy… 

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