Why mammography is an imperfect test
A patient feels a lump in her breast and calls her doctor.A The doctor examines her, agrees that a lump is present, and refers the patient to a breast imaging facility for a diagnostic mammogram and breast ultrasound .A At her mammogram appointment, a little sticker is placed on the lump felt by the patient, and mammogram images are taken.A ... (more)Full Story
Saint Petersburg, FL
#1 Jan 15, 2012
Why does it have to be a perfect test? There are very few perfect tests.
#2 Jan 15, 2012
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