Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: A Practical Approach | Hardcover
by Alberto Tagliafico (Editor), Nehmat Houssami (Editor), Massimo Calabrese (Editor)
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1st ed. 2016st Edition
May 04, 2016
• Digital Breast Tomosynthesis A Practical Approach
Product Description This book provides a comprehensive description of the screening and clinical applications of digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) and offers straightforward, clear guidance on use of the technique. Informative clinical cases are presented to illustrate how to take advantage of DBT in clinical practice. The importance of DBT as a diagnostic tool for both screening and diagnosis is increasing rapidly. DBT improves upon mammography by depicting breast tissue on a video clip made of cross‐sectional images reconstructed in correspondence with their mammographic planes of acquisition. DBT results in markedly reduced summation of overlapping breast tissue and offers the potential to improve mammographic breast cancer surveillance and diagnosis. This book will be an excellent practical teaching guide for beginners and a useful reference for more experienced radiologists.
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