A recent study looked to determine the 10-year cumulative incidence of breast cancer versus death from causes other than breast cancer according to comorbidity and age.
A multicase study of artificial intelligence (AI) shows that adding the technology to assessment of digital mammograms may increase accuracy and efficiency of the readings.
The proposed changes address mammographic technology, enhancing quality standards, and improving the way results of screening are handled throughout the healthcare system.
Findings suggest 3D mammography may have advantages over 2D mammography in several areas when it comes to cancer diagnosis in younger women.
Mammography is just one tool that ob/gyns should be using for breast cancer prevention and risk stratification.
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Mammography is sufficient to predict breast cancer risk in women aged ≥ 60, but in younger women, combining mammography and genetic testing improves the assessment, according to a retrospective case-control study