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László Tabár, M.D. FACR (Hon)
A didactic and efficient approach to the analysis of calcifications detected on the mammograms is followed by detailed radiologic-histopathologic correlation of microcalcifications localized within the major lactiferous ducts.
This lecture provides a logical and efficient approach to analysis of calcifications detected on the mammograms. Following a didactic and helpful description of the steps needed to arrive at the correct diagnosis, detailed analysis of the calcifications developing in the major ducts will follow. About 20% of all breast cancers develop within the major lactiferous ducts. They usually represent an aggressive, Grade 3 malignant process. The unpredictable outcome of these cases will be explained in this lecture series by introducing the theory of neoductgenesis.