Comparison of 15° and 30° Angle Acquisition Digital Breast Tomosynthesis for Visualization and Characterization of Breast Abnormalities

Clinical Summary of Fajardo LL et al 2016

The goal of this pilot study was to compare characterization and conspicuity of common breast lesions imaged by two different scan angles, 15° and 30° angles, in patients with BI-RADS 0 assessment on FFDM examinations. Image quality concerning the elimination of superimposed tissue and overall DBT preference was also evaluated.

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