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Feasibility of breast MRI after sentinel procedure for breast cancer with superparamagnetic tracers.
Even if recent routine preoperative breast MRI is probably the most important strategy in the selection of these patients, other factors must be considered.
Drukker et al., "Breast MRI radiomics: comparison of computer- and human-extracted imaging phenotypes," European Radiology Experimental, vol.
Despite the fact that satisfactory segmentation results were obtained, this method is not suitable for use in breast MRI with its various mixed tissues and low contrasts.
(4,21) In breast MRI, lesions are characterized based on their morphologic features and dynamic contrast enhancement and kinetic pattern such as signal intensity or speed of enhancement combined with morphologic patterns.
The protocol used for breast MRI included (a: Axial table-I, table-II Spine Echo sequences b: Axial Short Tau Inversion recover (STIR) sequence for fat suppression and c: Axial DWI echo planar sequence using a combination of b-values of 0 and 750 mm2/sec).
Breast MRI is estimated to detect 18 or more additional cancers per 1,000 women, although it is also likely to find areas of concern that aren't cancer.
Tru cut needle biopsy is performed in majority of the cases, however when the abnormality is very small, subtle or when seen only on the mammograms in the form of calcifications or only on the breast MRI, vacuum-assisted breast biopsies (VABB) are preferred as they increase the accuracy and sensitivity of getting a representative sample from the abnormal area.
There are a few other impediments to having breast MRI: The woman must lie on her stomach within a confined space (tunnel), the contrast that is injected may not be well tolerated, and insurance does not cover the test for women who do not meet the defined risk criteria.
However, in the presence of a cancer predisposition syndrome (germline mutation in a known cancer predisposition gene), significant family history, or prior personal history of ionizing radiation to the chest, consideration may be given to screening breast MRI.
In July, the Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium (BCSC) received a $17 million grant renewal from the National Cancer Institute to study the effectiveness of different breast cancer screening and surveillance strategies--FFDM, DBT and breast MRI.
A total of 104 women aged between 21 and 80 years (mean age of 48.91[+ or -]12.60 years) who had biopsy-proven malignant lesions on breast MRI (BIRADS 6) or had biopsy-proven fibroadenoma on breast MRI (BIRADS 2) were included in this study.
A: Breast MRI is a powerful and sensitive tool and it has the highest rate of cancer detection amongst screening modalities.
Moreover, non-ionizing technologies segment covers Breast MRI, Breast Ultrasound, AWBU, Breast Thermography, and Optical Imaging.