Breast MRI: An Update on Guidelines and BI-RADS®
Within the past 15 years, breast MR imaging has been well established as a noninvasive diagnostic tool for diagnosis and staging of breast cancer, therapy monitoring, and posttherapeutic surveillance as well as screening for high-risk females [1–4]. While breast MRI is currently considered one of the most sensitive imaging methods to diagnose breast cancer, having proven its potential to outperform both mammography and ultrasound , it is important to retain the overview and complementary diagnostic capacity of all breast cancer diagnosis tools, including mammography, ultrasound, and image-guided needle biopsy.
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