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Mammography is the only imaging study that has been proven in multiple large randomized trials to decrease breast cancer mortality. Mammography, however, has its limitations and, as such, other modalities that can complement it are being studied. One of these is dynamic contrast-enhanced breast MRI, which has emerged as an important adjunctive modality and is at present the most sensitive modality that we have to evaluate the breast.
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While the war on breast cancer wages on, there are signs that doctors and patients may be on the winning side. Over the past year, we have seen significant advances in diagnosing and treating breast cancer. On the front line, tomosynthesis is in development and has been hailed by the medical community as a promising innovation in the early diagnosis of breast cancer.
Skip to search form Skip to main content. Recently there has been significant attention given to imaging biological tissues using microwave radiation. In order to verify microwave imaging algorithms, realistic body models are needed to measure and simulate the penetration of microwave energy into the tissue and to reconstruct the image. We have created a phantom which has dielectric properties that are close to the properties of the real breast tissue.
It was performed as a whole-day interactive workshop in which the standards of implant surgery within reconstructive and aesthetic breast surgery were discussed and defined by telecommunication dialogue voting. This article describes the conference results concerning pre- and post-procedural imaging in patients with breast implants. Both before and after augmentation, imaging is mandatory and provides essential information concerning tissue and implant integrity.