Image-guided core biopsy has advantages over needle

Whitten, Thomas M.; Wallace, Terry W.
December 1997
American Surgeon;Dec1997, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p1072
Academic Journal
Evaluates the image-guided core biopsy (IGCB) in the diagnostic workup of patients with nonpalpable mammographic lesions suspicious for breast cancer. Categories of lesion assessment; Evaluation of the data; Mammographic characteristics of IGCB-treated patients and needle-localized breast biopsy (NLB)-treated patients; Analysis of the research findings; Conclusions; Comments and questions of several medical doctors on the findings.


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