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Capabilities and limitations of finding early breast cancer depending on the mammographic parenchymal patterns. Introduction to the solution of reading mammograms of women with dense breasts.
Part II of the lecture series "How to read a mammogram" describes the capabilities and limitations of mammography depending on the background mammographic parenchymal patterns. The problem and also the solution to the problem of viewing the mammograms of breasts having dense breast tissue (so-called "dense breasts") are introduced in this lecture.