Sponsored Content | Webinar | Breast Imaging| April 23, 2018

WEBINAR: Imaging for Women's Innovative Approach to Implementing Breast Tomosynthesis

This webinar is sponsored by iCAD

WEBINAR: Imaging for Women's Innovative Approach to Implementing Breast Tomosynthesis

Join Troy Voeltz, M.D., and Phyllis Fulk, administrator at Imaging for Women, Kansas City, Mo., sharing insights in growing their women’s imaging center. Learn about their challenges and results after they chose to implement breast tomosynthesis while continuing to provide a personal touch for their patients and referring physician community.

The webinar will take place Thursday, April 26, 2018

This webinar is sponsored by iCAD.

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Table 1. Compared to 2-D mammography, which yields four images per patient, digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), or 3-D mammography, produces hundreds of images per patient. While this provides more information for clinicians, the exponential increase in data can result in reader fatigue and burnout, which may ultimately affect patient care.

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