Computers equal radiologists in assessing breast density and associated breast cancer riskUploader: Mitilar 1 years ago Subscribe 1
A Cancer Journal for Clinicians. To learn more about breast cancer risk factors, see Breast Cancer Risk and Prevention. This is because the dense normal tissue — which appears white on the mammogram — may hide an underlying cancer that also appears white on a mammogram. These interests will converge to place greater demands for improved methods of accurately and reproducibly measuring breast density, assessing its role in risk prediction and guiding screening recommendations. Higher density is also associated with a greater content of terminal duct lobular units, the specific microanatomic structures from which nearly all breast cancers arise[ 35 ]. Mammography is used most commonly to determine whether a woman has dense breasts.
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