Magnetic resonance imaging for early breast cancer detection in women at high risk review

The research question addressed by the systematic review was: Does the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) instead of, or in addition to, other modalities improve the diagnosis of breast cancer during screening of asymptomatic women at high risk of breast cancer? Where possible, the review also investigated the impact of age and risk factor subgroup upon the relative diagnostic performance of MRI.

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Cancer Type: Breast cancer
Publication Audience: Cancer Australia reports and plans
Year: 2006
Document Status: Rescinded

This resource is 10 years or older and has been rescinded by Cancer Australia. It is available to the public for research and reference purposes only. Cancer Australia assumes no legal liability or responsibility for errors or omissions contained within.

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