Breast cancer–the art and science of early detection with mammography

      In the Introduction to the second edition of the “Teaching Atlas of Mammography”, the authors [L.T. and P.B.D.], write: “The purpose of this Atlas to teach radiologists how to analyze mammograms and arrive at the correct diagnosis through proper evaluation of the findings”, and their object was definitely reached by successfully introducing many junior radiologists to the understanding of mammography, and at the same time helping more senior mammographers in the correct interpretation of a questionable finding.
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