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Detect and identify breast lesions at the earliest possible stage with Making the Diagnosis: A Practical Guide to Breast Imaging. Dr. Jennifer Harvey and Dr. David E. March utilize a practical, case-based approach to help you select and make optimal use of today's imaging options.
|By Jennifer Harvey, MD, FACR, Director, Division of Breast Imaging, Co-Director, University of Virginis Breast Care Program, Professor of Radiology, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA and David E March, MD, Director of Breast Imaging, Radiology & Imaging Inc. and Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Massachusetts; Assistant Professor of Radiology, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts|
Table of Contents:
Section I: Approach and Technique
1. The First Question
2. Physics Facts that WILL Improve Your Images
3. Screening Mammography 101 and Beyond
4. The Recalled Patient: Now What?
Section II: Findings on Mammography
5. Breast Anatomy and Physiology: Recognizing Normal Changes
6. Calcifications Made Easy
7. Management of Masses: BI-RADS 2, 3, or 4?
8. Multiple Masses
9. Architectural Distortion
10. Mammographic Asymmetries
11. Expanding the Differential Diagnosis: Going Beyond IDC-NOS
Section III: Screening Detection
12. Finding Cancers in Dense Tissue
13. Measuring and Managing Breast Cancer Risk
Section IV: Diagnostic Examinations and Management
14. The Painful and the Palpable
15. Evaluation of Nipple Discharge
16. The Male Breast
17. Imaging the Patient with Breast Cancer
Section V: Postoperative Studies
18. The Postoperative Breast
19. Evaluating Women with Implants
Section VI: Interventions
20. Breast Needle Biopsy: Tips for Challenging Cases
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