mammograph


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mammograph

A device used to create a mammogram; in practice, the terms mammogram and mammograph are often used interchangeably.
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The system is an upgrade to the Senographe Essential mammograph, a package that includes both new hardware and software.
Radial scars without atypia diagnosed at image-guided needle biopsy: How often is associated malignancy found at subsequent surgical excision and do mammograph and sonography predict which lesions are malignant?
We try for a same-day mammograph on a patient really wanting it, but they can wait between two to three weeks and three to four months, so an extra machine (they usually have only one) really does make a difference,' he said.
The peculiarity of the project is that the public fund will receive not only mammograph but also printer that will store data in electronic form; thus, the project helps to reduce the cost of film and provides wide access to the treatment of vulnerable populations," noted in the Embassy .
Among the topics are data mining techniques for outlier detection, visual survey analysis in marketing, and mammograph mining using genetic ant-miner.
iCAD systems work by using sophisticated artificial intelligence, computer algorithms and pattern recognition to analyze images and identify patterns of areas within a mammograph that may be suspicious.
11 Two-Stage Least Squares Structural Model Dependent = Mammograph y p Endogenous Explanatory Variables Number of physician visits, 1994-96 0.
For a long time medical experts have enthused over the efficiency of the mammograph.
There a mammograph clearly showed the needle inside her right breast.
Further, women are advised to seek out a clinic that has machines used for breast mammograph only -- and where low radiation exposures are observed, whether the unit has been approved by the American Cancer Society and the American College of Radiology.
If you are a female over 50 and you aren't getting a yearly mammogram, you're playing a kind of Russian roulette--because chances of five-year survival are far greater if a breast cancer is discovered by a routine mammograph.