The Ongoing Revolution in Breast Imaging Calls for a Similar Revolution in Breast Pathology

@inproceedings{Tabr2012TheOR,
  title={The Ongoing Revolution in Breast Imaging Calls for a Similar Revolution in Breast Pathology},
  author={L{\'a}szl{\'o} K. Tab{\'a}r and Peter B. Dean and N. Lindhe and M. Ingvarsson},
  booktitle={International journal of breast cancer},
  year={2012}
}
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PATHOLOGISTS AND RADIOLOGISTS SUFFERS FROM A LACK OF COMMON GROUND: the pathologists examine cells in ultrathin tissue slices having the area of a postage stamp, while the radiologists examine images of an entire organ, but without seeing the cellular details. The current practice of examining breast cancer specimens is analogous to scrutinizing individual pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, without examining all of them and never putting all the pieces into place. The routine use… CONTINUE READING

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