Advances by University of Texas at Dallas researchers on multiple fronts show promise for helping detect and monitor breast cancer more accurately.
Category: Women’s Imaging
Digital breast tomosynthesis improves cancer detection and reduces recalls, but women with extremely dense breasts seem not to fully realize those advantages.Read More
The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) has commended U.S. House lawmakers for passing an amendment mandating TRICARE extend permanent screening coverage for digital breast tomosynthesis for the nation’s service members, military families, and veterans.Read More
Screenings for breast cancer have resumed after experts warned against them because of COVID-19, but the long-term effects of delays in care are unknown.Read More
MammoScreen, AI-based software assisting radiologists in reading screening mammograms, received 510(k) clearance K192854 from the FDA.Read More
A new study finds that breast cancer screening using digital mammography technology is not associated with improved health outcomes when compared to older film detection technology.Read More