Posts Tagged ‘Sensitivity’

The End of Mammography?

Posted on: December 22nd, 2023 by admin

For the past sixty years, mammography – an X-ray of the breast – has been the “go to” method for […]

Breast Ultrasound Volume Sweep Imaging

Posted on: April 14th, 2023 by admin

Clinicians led by Dr Thomas Marini, a radiologist at the University of Rochester in upstate New York, have recently published a freely […]

DBT and AI – What a Combination!

Posted on: November 11th, 2022 by admin

Digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) was approved by the FDA in 2011 as a screening modality for the early detection of […]

World Dense Breast Day

Posted on: September 30th, 2022 by admin

On the eve of Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes the news that Katie Couric, the former CBS Evening News anchor, was diagnosed with […]

Covid, Ultrasound and AI

Posted on: July 15th, 2022 by admin

Eighteen months ago, when the Covid-19 vaccines were being rolled out in the USA and UK, we reviewed a paper that had […]

Reducing Breast Cancer Deaths in Low-Income Countries

Posted on: July 8th, 2022 by admin

Each year, 2.3 million women worldwide are diagnosed with breast cancer, while there are 685,000 deaths. Two-thirds of these deaths occur in middle- and […]

A Tutorial on Breast Masses

Posted on: July 1st, 2022 by admin

Yesterday saw the online publication in JAMA Network of a tutorial entitled “Breast masses in biological females.” Published by the […]

AI for Breast Ultrasound

Posted on: April 8th, 2022 by admin

On 23 December 2021, the board of directors of RSNA announced that Dr Linda Moy (seen right) would become editor of their […]

ABUS and DBT and FFDM

Posted on: March 18th, 2022 by admin 2 Comments

It was five years ago that we published a key article in Diagnostics, an open-access journal, in which we described our dual-modality […]

Understanding Breast Density

Posted on: January 28th, 2022 by admin 2 Comments

The Merriam-Webster dictionary provides three essential meanings for the word “density”: having parts that are close together; being difficult to see through; […]