Roc Analysis of Mammography Alone and in Combination with Clinical Palpation for Breast Cancer Screening
Relative operating characteristic curves (ROCs) for mammography and clinical palpation individually and in combination are generated using screening data from Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration Project (BCDDP) No. 25. Comparative analysis of the ROCs illustrates the clear superiority of mammography over clinical palpation as an individual screening modality as well as the further superiority of the combined use of both modalities.
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