Volume : V, Issue : VI, June - 2016

Imaging modalities for the diagnosis of breast carcinoma: A Review

Tarun Narang, Shweta Arora Narang, Pradeep Parakh, Lalit Kumar

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 Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women and the second leading cause of cancer related deaths in the worldwide. Several improvements in diagnostic protocols have enhanced our ability for earlier detection of east cancer, resulting in improvement of therapeutic outcome and an increased survival rate for east cancer victims but each modality is most useful when utilized according to individual traits such as age, risk and east density. Various imaging modalities used these days are Mammography, Ultrasonography, Magnetic resonance imaging, Positron emission tomography, Thallium-201 scintimammography

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Tarun Narang, Shweta Arora Narang, Pradeep Parakh, Lalit Kumar Imaging modalities for the diagnosis of breast carcinoma: A Review Global Journal For Research Analysis, Vol.5, Issue : 6 JUNE 2016


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