Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. On a global scale, every tenth woman is affected, and numbers continue to rise. MR imaging can help provide early and reliable diagnosis especially in difficult cases. It can support accurate preoperative staging and differential diagnosis, resulting in faster and more cost-effective patient management.
Recent advancements such as abbreviated MRI protocols and novel techniques for functional tissue classification are designed to further the reach and diagnostic capabilities of breast MRI in clinical practice.