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Image-Guided Needle Biopsy of Nonpalpable Breast Lesions

  • Darrell N. Smith
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Abstract

The decline in mortality from breast cancer seen in the United States beginning in 1989 appears to be correlated with the increased use of screening mammography programs. Data from the Swedish Two County Study show that the implementation of a screening program decreased mortality by 60% (1).

Keywords

Breast Biopsy Atypical Ductal Hyperplasia Wire Localization Nonpalpable Breast Lesion Calcification Cluster 
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