mammo-

mammo-

(mam'ŏ),
The breasts. Compare: masto-.
[L. mamma, breast]

mammo-

prefix Latin (mamma-), from the Greek (mamme-) for mother’s breast, which is the commonly used classic root for breast.

mammo-

Combining form indicating the breasts.
Compare: masto-
[L. mamma, breast]
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Digital Clinical Imaging Integrated with Structured Reporting and an EHR Integrated digital dictation, structured reporting, and voice recognition with PACS Radio- Cardio- Mammo- Patho- logy vascular graphy logy imaging All Survey Respondents 71% 50% 55% 20% 2011 Most Wired 83% 67% 69% 34% Integrated with EHR Radio- Cardio- Mammo- Patho- logy vascular graphy logy imaging All Survey Respondents 77% 58% 60% 33% 2011 Most Wired 89% 76% 74% 51% Source: Hospitals & Health Networks' Most Wired Survey, 2011
They said the destruction of the mammo- gram had made no difference to the later diagnosis of breast cancer and did not affect the patient's treatment.
Still, Pommier said he's telling his patients to follow the existing recommendations for mammo- grams.
l An accurate diagnosis using triple assessment consisting of clinical examination, mammo-
It is the company's opinion that the MAMMO- SCAN(R) will, after obtaining regulatory approvals, offer a safe, effective and welcome addition to the other highly advanced imaging modality for breast evaluation, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), but at a much lower cost to both physician and patient.