Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 29th, 2007
The study included 3,683 women who were part of the Oslo I study comparing screen-film mammography and full-field digital mammography. All women had both film and digital mammograms which were then independently interpreted by two radiologists. “Twenty nine cancers were prospectively diagnosed in the initial screening round,” said Per Skaane, MD, of Ullevaal University Hospital in Norway, and lead author of the study.
Double reading of screen-film mammograms resulted in the diagnosis of 27 of 29 cases of...
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