Breast Imaging Companion
The top-selling title in our Companion Series is now in its expanded, thoroughly revised Second Edition. Featuring hundreds of large, clear images accompanied by brief, bulleted "key facts," this how-to book provides everything readers need to obtain high-quality scans...correlate radiologic, pathologic, and clinical findings...and communicate the significance of imaging results to referring physicians. This edition contains over 100 new images...new chapters on ACR accreditation and MQSA regulations...and new sections on risk assessment, current prevention drug trials, parasites, localizations for seen-in-one-view lesions, mammotome biopsies, and sentinel lymph node biopsies. Coverage includes updated information on ACS screening guidelines, technical considerations, ultrasound, and emerging technologies.
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