Ancillary Imaging Techniques and Minimally Invasive Procedures in the Diagnosis of Breast Cancer
Magnetic resonance mammography (MRM) is one of the most important additional methods for the diagnosis of breast cancer. The technique is well-described and standardized, with reported sensitivities of about 90% and specificities of about 80%, depending on the indication for which MRM is used.
KeywordsBreast Cancer Positron Emission Tomography Core Needle Biopsy Ductal Lavage Multifocal Lesion
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