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This unit of study provides an explanation of Ductal Carcinoma in SITU Course, the earliest form of breast cancer typically discovered by microcalcifications on screening mammograms. Magnification technique, biopsy selection, and specimen radiography are discussed. Standard treatment options including surgery, radiotherapy, and hormonal therapy are presented with an emphasis on the early detection of breast cancer by routine annual mammography. 

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This unit of study provides an overview of the various techniques for breast imaging. It includes a summary of 2-D digital mammography, 3-D digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), computer-assisted detection (CAD), ultrasonography (U/S), automated whole breast ultrasound (ABUS), breast ultrasound elastography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), molecular breast imaging (MBI), positron emission tomography (PET), positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT), positron emission mammography/tomography (PEM/PET), thermography and contrast-enhanced mammography (CEM). Special procedures such as sentinel node mapping and biopsy are also discussed.

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This is a sample course and does not award credits.  The sample exam review includes statistics, images, an extensive Glossary of Terms, and important information on Digital Mammography to help you prepare for the exam. The material is arranged by subject matter according to the ARRT Mammography Examination Content Specifications 2020.

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This unit of study provides an overview of the various techniques for breast imaging. It includes a summary of xeromammography, 2-D digital mammography, 3-D digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), computer-assisted detection (CAD), ultrasonography (U/S), breast ultrasound elastography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), molecular breast imaging (MBI), positron emission tomography (PET), positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT), positron emission mammography/tomography (PEM/PET), thermography, dedicated breast CT, and contrast-enhanced mammography (CEM). Special procedures such as sentinel node mapping and biopsy are also discussed. 

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This unit of study provides an explanation of the recommended terminology used in the mammography report, as recommended by the American College of Radiology. This information will enable the mammographer to differentiate between a negative report with benign findings and a report that identifies abnormal findings. The sensitivity and specificity of mammography, as well as the ACR Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS) 2013 edition, are explained. Breast imaging lexicon (terminology) is defined as it relates to the description of masses, calcifications, and areas of asymmetry. The seven final assessment categories and four breast tissue composition categories are also defined. Examples of mammography reports are included for review. 

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This study course begins by identifying the various classifications of breast cancer and includes the American Cancer Society’s estimated breast cancer incidence and mortality statistics. A review of breast anatomy and physiology is followed by detailed information on breast imaging terminology (BI-RADS Atlas) from the American College of Radiology. The characteristics of masses, calcifications and other mammographic findings are explained in great detail, and then correlated with numerous illustrations and mammographic images. All benign, high risk, and malignant breast conditions are covered. The unit closes with interesting case reviews that examine the appropriate action of the technologist and radiologist leading to final interpretation of the study. 

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