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Sep 01, 2001 Read What is achieved by mammographic surveillance after breast conservation treatment for breast cancer? , The American Journal of Surgery on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
These guidelines are consistent in recommendations for at least annual surveillance mammography to evaluate for local recurrence or contralateral breast cancers. The timing of initiation for mammographic surveillance after breast conservation treatment is less clearly defined.
Feb 01, 2013 How effective is mammography in detecting breast cancer recurrence in women after Breast Conservation Therapy (BCT) A systematic literature review Radiography, Vol. 22, No. 3 Imaging Surveillance of Patients with Breast Cancer after Primary Treatment: Current Recommendations
Request PDF on ResearchGate On Feb 1, 2013, D David Dershaw and others published Mammographic Surveillance after Breast Conservation Therapy Response
Tumor recurrence rates after breast conservation therapy have been reported at 7 at 5 years and 14 at 10 years (, 3). Detection of local recurrence is important, as mastectomy to treat recurrence after breast conservation therapy is associated with a 5year actuarial survival rate of 84 (, 4).
Between the years 2015 and 2017, 450 consecutive breast conservation therapy patients, ages 32 to 89, with a followup DBT (n162) or FFDM (n288) were retrospectively reviewed. The primary endpoints were further workup after followup mammogram and associated health care costs at 1 year.
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