Mammographic interpretation: a practical approach

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McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, 1991 - Medical - 248 pages
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The ``how to'' book on mammography. Innovative in format and content, this concisely written guide is designed to foster both the radiologist's skill and confidence in interpreting mammograms. Technical, interpretive, and controversial aspects of mammography are covered in a well illustrated case study approach with the goal to improve the evaluation and management of breast disease. Revised and expanded to include more case studies, an overview of breast anatomy and physiology, and high-quality mammograms.

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