Double Take for 3-D Breast Screening, Yale University Study
4/24/2013 8:22:00 AM
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Great strides have been made in the discovery and treatment and breast cancer, one of which is 3-D breast screening that can catch signs of cancer early on. While it is standard in the United States to take both craniocaudal and mediolateral oblique views in the screening, some places in Europe have opted for a single view to reduce the radiation dose and time of compression. However, a recent Yale University study finds two views are better than one when it comes to 3-D breast screening.
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