Posts by Christina Roberts
Comparison of variability in breast density assessment by BI-RADS category according to the level of experience
Breast imaging experience corresponds to greater agreement with automated density measurement
The University of California San Francisco recently hosted the 8th International Breast Densitometry and Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Workshop (June 7 – 9).
Increased breast density is a key driver of breast cancer risk from long-term hormone replacement therapy use
Higher Volpara density leads to higher cancer rate and lower screening sensitivity of mammography.
The annual conference of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) has recently concluded in Chicago (November 27-December 2), with Volpara featuring in three talks and one poster presentation.
The upcoming version of the Tyrer-Cuzick breast cancer risk prediction model incorporates breast density
Quantitative breast density is a more precise measure of masking risk that visual estimation
Weight loss surgery leads to significant changes in mammographic measures.
Density increases breast cancer risk due to both masking and physiology.
Sensitivity increases with tumour burden and later stage disease
The robustness of automated breast density assessment to imaging errors.
Consistency of breast density categories in serial screening mammograms: A comparison between automated and human assessment
A computerized density measure provides more consistent readings than radiologists
Radiologist-assessed breast density is associated with considerable variation.
Malmö hosts international experts in breast imaging technologies.
Very low breast density is associated with more aggressive tumours and reduced survival.
Review: Association of infertility and fertility treatment with mammographic density in a large screening-based cohort of women: a cross-sectional study
Infertility and fertility treatments may be associated with larger amounts of dense fibroglandular tissue in the breast
Molecular breast imaging provides a promising avenue for supplemental screening for women with dense breasts
Review: Volumetric breast density is essential for predicting cosmetic outcome at the late stage after breast-conserving surgery
Volumetric breast density can help surgeons make clinical decisions concerning patient outcome
Association between breast cancer, breast density, and body adiposity evaluated by MRI