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Tomosynthesis Continues to Prove Its Superiority in Detecting Architectural Distortion

Background: Architectural distortion is defined as an apparent alteration in the breast parenchyma with no visible mass. In the absence of a history of a prior procedure, these lesions have generally been associated with malignancy or a radial scar. Prior studies had demonstrated a greater detection rate for architectural distortion on digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) as compared with 2D digital mammography (DM). Objective: To compare the rate of malignancy of DBT detected archit more...
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