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A frequently occurring but poorly understood type of microcalcification on screening mammograms
This lecture describes the origin and the interesting development of the so-called involutional type calcifications. They are common screening findings and may cause unnecessary concern, although they have no malignant potential. Knowledge of their underlying pathophysiology will help the radiologist recognize and correctly diagnose them at screening, without the need for callbacks.This narrated lecture presents a comprehensive series of examples confirmed by long-term follow-up.