Factors affecting the precision of lesion sizing with contrast-enhanced spectral mammography
To evaluate the precision of the pre-surgical measurement of the size of breast cancer by contrast-enhanced spectral mammography (CESM).
Breast cancer incidence increases from the age of 30 years. As this age range coincides with that in which women usually pursue pregnancy, undergoing medical examinations for conditions such as breast cancer is a concern, especially when pregnancy is uncertain during the first eight weeks. Moreover, in this age range, breast often exhibits a high density, thus compromising diagnosis. For such density, digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) provides a more accurate diagnosis than 2D mammography given its higher sensitivity and specificity.
This study investigates the impact of educational intervention based on the integrated behavioral model on breast cancer screening behavior in women in Karaj City, 2016.Methods: This semi ‑experimental study was conducted on 138 women who were attended to health centers in Mohammad Shahr city. The samples were selected using cluster sampling and were randomly divided into two groups, experimental and control group. Data gathering tool was a four‑part questionnaire (demographic ch aracteristics, knowledge, Champion’s Health Belief Scale, subjective norms). Two 50 ‑min sessions were held for educational intervent...
Abstract Although annual MRI-screening has improved early diagnosis of hereditary breast-cancer, fast growth-rates of BRCA1-associated cancers can still lead to interval cancers, and/or node-positive disease. Using MRI with shorter screening intervals helps to effectively avoid both, interval cancers and node-positive stages, whereas there is no role for mammography in these women. PMID: 30429200 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
ConclusionsOur report showed a relatively higher incidence rate of occult cancer at 11.3% in PM specimens despite thorough pre-operative radiological evaluations, which included a breast MRI. Considering the occult cancer rates and the various pathological methods of our study and published studies, we propose the necessity of a histopathological protocol.
ConclusionThis study illustrates the complementary benefits of mammography and BUS, especially where breast density is high. Tumours diagnosed by BUS alone had better prognostic features in terms of size, lymphovascular invasion, lymph node status, differentiation and hormone receptors, compared with cancers where all three modalities were positive.
In this study, we compared WL and RSL, focusing on the relationship between the techniques and in-breast recurrence or margin positivity.
People with breast cancer who took part in a breast cancer screening program had a 60 percent lower risk of dying from the disease in the 10 years after diagnosis, and a 47 percent lower risk 20 years after diagnosis, Swedish researchers report.
FRIDAY, Nov. 9, 2018 -- Women confused by the conflicting advice surrounding the benefits and timing of mammograms will be interested in a new study out of Sweden. The research, involving more than 50,000 breast cancer patients, found that those...
Mammography facilities that serve more "vulnerable" women tend to have longer...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: Cancer death disparities linked to poverty, lifestyle Patient navigators help black women with mammograms Insurance affects women's breast cancer mortality risk How effective are mobile mammography programs? Asian women less apt to undergo mammography follow-up
ConclusionsAlthough all patients with breast cancer stand to benefit from advances in breast cancer therapy, the current results demonstrate that women who have participated in mammography screening obtain a significantly greater benefit from the therapy available at the time of diagnosis than do those who have not participated.