The agency issued the guidance in response to concerns that some women are not receiving and/or understanding information about the risks and benefits of the devices.
Gadolinium-based intravenous contrast agents (GBCA) provide additional information based on signal intensity changes after GBCA administration.
A recent study aimed to quantify the effectiveness of improvements in screening and treatment.
Mammography is just one tool that ob/gyns should be using for breast cancer prevention and risk stratification.
Providing lactating mothers with accurate information on the effects of alcohol consumption is crucial even though data in this area are limited.
An examination of ACOG’s updated guidelines on breast cancer screening recommendations for the average-risk woman.
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