Prediction of breast cancer risk using a machine learning approach embedded with a locality preserving projection algorithm.
This study demonstrated that applying LPP algorithm effectively reduced feature dimensionality, and yielded higher and potentially more robust performance in predicting short-term breast cancer risk. PMID: 29239858 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: Mammography and ultrasound remain the leading modalities in breast imaging among males for diagnostic workup of palpable mass, with gynecomastia being the predominant diagnosis. However, presentation with palpable mass was also associated with malignancy. Despite a notable MBC rate in our cohort, the likelihood of cancer is low in young patients and in cases of gynecomastia. PMID: 31599508 [PubMed - in process]
We examined the hazard function adjusted for adherence to surveillance mammography to examine variations in LR risk and the effect of RT over time.MethodsCrude hazard estimates for the development of LR in a population cohort of DCIS treated by BCS ± RT were computed. Multivariable extended Cox models and hazard plots were used to examine the association between receipt of RT and risk of each outcome adjusted for baseline covariates and adherence to mammography.ResultsPopulation cohort includes 3262 women treated by BCS; 1635 received RT. Median follow-up was 13 years. LR developed in 364 women ...
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Williams set out to pay for 53 mammograms, and this Breast Cancer Awareness Month, his foundation announced they far exceeded that goal
To measure mammography-related pain in two groups of women undergoing regular surveillance as a baseline for future care.
Most women know about mammograms and physical exams to check for early signs of breast cancer, but many may not be getting recommended screening exams to help detect and prevent other types of cancer.
Authors: Novikov SN, Chernaya AV, Krzhivitsky PI, Kanaev SV, Krivorotko PV, Artemyeva AS, Popova NS Abstract OBJECTIVE: To compare diagnostic accuracy of scintimammography (SMG) and digital mammography (DS) in the diagnosis of multicentric breast cancer. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: Three hundred and sixty seven women with histologically confirmed breast cancer were included in this analysis. All patients were candidates for conservative breast surgery and had cT1-3N0-1 stage of disease. Scintimammography was performed in prone position 5-10min after intravenous injection of 740MBq of technetium-99m-methoxy-isobtyl-is...
Conclusion: In conclusion, women with breast cancer may attempt to use CAM due to hopelessness. Therefore, in the course of medical treatment of patients, CAM practices should be questioned, they should be provided counseling and if necessary, referred for psychological support.
Many young women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, which is why it ’s important to be “breast aware” long before starting annual screening mammograms.
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