Atlas of Mammography

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Wiley, Jan 30, 1997 - Medical - 384 pages
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A comprehensive, copiously-illustrated text focusing on early detection techniques, the Atlas of Mammography presents, for the first time, the author's groundbreaking work in early diagnosis of breast cancer. Based on clinical research of more than 2000 cases during 11 years, the Atlas is destined to be a classic of radiological literature. Graphic depiction of early missed lesions--contrasted with subsequent correct diagnoses--dramatically illustrates the newly-perceived early warning signs. For anyone who manages breast disease, this work is an invaluable new resource.

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