Ultrasonographic in vitro examination of nonpalpable breast masses. A new method.

Abstract

Specimen radiology is necessary for ensuring successful surgical excision of nonpalpable, clinically occult breast masses discovered by mammography. However, occasionally nonpalpable lesions are only detected by sonography. A simple method of ultrasonographic in vitro identification of nonpalpable lesions invisible on specimen radiographs is presented. 

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