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Mammography Techniques and Review

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Mammography Techniques and Review
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535121381
Number of pages: 120

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Mammography remains at the backbone of medical tools to examine the human breast. The early detection of breast cancer typically uses adjunct tests to mammogram such as ultrasound, positron emission mammography, electrical impedance, Computer-aided detection systems and others.

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