(French) Clinical Use of 3D™ Image-Guided Prone & Upright Breast Biopsy / Utilisation clinique d’un système de biopsie mammaire en décubitus ventral et en position debout guidé par imagerie

Presented by Alejandro Tejerina, MD, this webinar awards 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for physicians and 1 Category A CE for technologists. Dr. Tejerina will review how the addition of 3D mammography to current practice can introduce new challenges that can be solved with tomosynthesis-directed biopsy, and compare upright to prone techniques.

Utilisation clinique d’un système de biopsie mammaire en décubitus ventral et en position debout guidé par imagerie

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(Spanish) Clinical Use of 3D™ Image-Guided Prone & Upright Breast Biopsy / Aplicacion clínica de la biopsia 3D de mama, sistema vertical y mesa prona

Presented by Alejandro Tejerina, MD, this webinar awards 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for physicians and 1 Category A CE for technologists. Dr. Tejerina will review how the addition of 3D mammography to current practice can introduce new challenges that can be solved with tomosynthesis-directed biopsy, and compare upright to prone techniques. Aplicacion clínica de la biopsia 3D de mama, sistema vertical y mesa prona.

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3D™ Image-guided Prone Breast Biopsy: Initial Clinical Experience

Presented by Debbie Lee Bennett, MD, this webinar awards 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™  for physicians and 1 Category A CE for technologists.  Dr. Bennett will describe how the addition of 3D mammography to current practice can introduce new challenges that can be solved with tomosynthesis-directed biopsy. She will explain the mechanics of 3D-guided biopsy and compare upright to prone techniques.

Provided by ICPME

Clinical Use of 3D™ Image-Guided Prone & Upright Breast Biopsy

Presented by Alejandro Tejerina, MD, this webinar awards 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™  for physicians and 1 Category A CE for technologists. Dr. Tejerina will review how the addition of 3D mammography to current practice can introduce new challenges that can be solved with tomosynthesis-directed biopsy, and compare upright to prone techniques.

Provided by ICPME