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Please be advised that Mammography Education Inc will no longer be able to provide Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits after March 31st.
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László Tabár, M.D. FACR (Hon)
This final lecture provides a didactic approach to the most difficult perception task in mammography: detecting non-calcified architectural distortion.
This final lecture in our series of lectures entitled "How to read a mammogram" deals with non-specific asymmetric densities with architectural distortion. Following a description of a didactic approach to the analysis of architectural distortion on the mammogram, extensive, difficult to find cases are demonstrated in an interactive fashion.