How should we screen for breast cancer? Mammography, ultrasonography, MRI

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ABSTRACTOf the imaging techniques currently available to evaluate women for breast disease, mammography remains the mainstay of breast cancer screening, but recent guidelines have included magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for the screening of some women at high risk. Whole-breast ultrasonography for screening has not been established as useful and so should not be offered routinely to patients.


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