Health Imaging (4/6) reports on research published in Radiology journal which states that digital breast tomosynthesis screening produces lower interval breast cancer rates compared to traditional digital mammography, adding to growing evidence supporting DBT as a top cancer screening tool.
Aunt Minnie (4/2) reports on a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute which states that while U.S. mammography screening rates have rebounded since plunging in the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic, there remains a large cumulative deficit due to missed appointments.
Medscape (4/1) reports that in high-risk women, abbreviated breast MRI protocols require shorter interpretation times while maintaining similar cancer detection rates compared to full-sequence magnetic resonance imaging, according to a recent analysis published in the Journal of Breast Imaging.
Good Morning America (2/12) presented a wellness piece citing a recent position statement from the Society of Breast Imaging which states that swollen lymph nodes from receiving COVID-19 vaccines could throw off results of a mammogram.
Health Imaging (1/28) reports that the United States Preventative Services Task Force has opened a public comment period for its new breast cancer screening research plan, and radiology’s input on the topic is “critical,” the American College of Radiology said in recent statement.