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Introduction

  • J. M. Bourgeois
  • D. Amy
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Abstract

In analyzing the earlier work which has been published for decades, in putting together the huge jigsaw of fragmented knowledge left to us by our masters, in adapting the recent technological improvements in the field of echography, we wish to open out a new vision in senology. Such prestigious names as Cooper, Gallager, Nakama, Going, Ueno, Tot, Stavros, Dolfin (to quote only these), and more particularly Michel Teboul, on a personal level, have been with us all these years. According to Stavros, Michel Teboul “has pioneered the anatomic approach of breast imaging” (sic).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CFFE, Centre Medical DeltaNimesFrance
  2. 2.Centre du seinAix-en-ProvenceFrance

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