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Device companies race to improve breast cancer screening, but the effectiveness of new methods is still being studied.
The addition of three-dimensional breast imaging—a technology called tomosynthesis—to standard digital mammography significantly increases radiologists' diagnostic accuracy while reducing false positive recall rates, according to the results of a multi-center study.
Mammograms have been the gold standard for detecting breast cancer for more than 20 years, but a new technology promises better detection and fewer false-positive results.
Mass General West Imaging - Waltham introduces new technology that improves cancer detection while reducing callbacks.
Radio ads inform central Massachusetts residents about the services and expertise available at Mass General Imaging's Worcester location, including 3D mammography.
In what doctors hope is a big step forward, new 3-D mammograms promise better detection and fewer false alarms for hundreds of thousands of American women.
Mass General Imaging - Worcester now introduces 3D mammography technology that promises to improve breast cancer detection.
MGH Hotline 3.18.11
Important breast cancer detection method, mammograms, gets a 3D upgrade; Doctors get to "look through" tissue.
quotes MGH physician Elizabeth Rafferty
coverage of new technology developed and available at MGH
Pioneered at Mass General Imaging, breast tomosynthesis provides a clear view through overlapping layers of breast tissue in order to improve breast-cancer detection while reducing callbacks.
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