Digital mammography is currently the gold standard when it comes to breast cancer screening. However, various factors and the need for personalized screening based on various risk factors have called this “standard” into question recently. In this discussion, leading breast imaging experts discuss technologies that could pose an alternative to mammography in certain screening settings. (ECR, July 2022)
Increasing diagnostic accuracy with next-gen AI
Tomorrow’s Technology Today: The Migration to Wide-Angle Breast Tomosynthesis
Interviews with the lead breast radiologist Dr. Anthony Antonoplos and the manager Jacqui Appel of Mary Jo Cropper Center for Breast Imaging: A case study of a breast imaging center in Cincinnati, OH who made the transition easy when it adopted Wide-Angle Breast Tomosynthesis technology. (Clinical Focus Talks, Nov. 2021)
Artificial Intelligence in Mammography: Leveling the Playing Field for Global Disparities
In her keynote talk Prof. Dr. Rachel Brem (George Washington University, Washington, USA) reviews the impact of Artificial intelligence (AI) in cancer detection as well as compares AI to radiologist interpretation with 2D and 3D mammograms. (Clinical Focus Talks, Nov. 2021)
Adventures with Contrast Enhanced Mammography
Dr. Noel Bergquist, an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville's Breast Center, presents a diverse series of cases, after a brief review of Siemens' Titanium Contrast Enhanced Mammography (TICEM). (Clinical Focus Talks, Nov. 2021)
Differential breast diagnostics: Case discussions based on state-of-the-art imaging
In this online seminar, Dr. Clara Park (Wiesbaden, Germany) discusses screening and diagnostic cases from her clinical routine. She explains the strengths, advantages and limitations of each breast imaging technique in the detection and characterization of lesions. (EUSOBI ASM, Oct. 2021)
Interval cancers in screening with breast tomosynthesis: Results and cases from the Malmö trial
In this online seminar, Dr. Kristin Johnson and Prof. Dr. Sophia Zackrisson (Malmö, Sweden) discuss results and exemplary cases from the Malmö trial with the audience. (EUSOBI ASM, Oct. 2021)
Dr. Paul Fisher, MD of the dept. of radiology at Stony Brook Medicine, explains a mammography call back case. He talks about 50° Wide-Angle Tomosynthesis and the impact of the angular range.
The interlinked clinical twins Prof. Dr. Pascal Baltzer and Dr. Panagiotis Kapetas (Medical University of Vienna, Austria) assess different approaches on how to improve screening programs for women with dense breasts.They discuss the topic from a mammography/tomosynthesis plus ultrasound and abbreviated breast MRI perspective. (ECR, July 2022)
Dr. Hamm is a radiology specialist at the Radiologische Gemeinschaftspraxis in Chemnitz, a mammography screening center for the district of Central Saxony. In the video, he talks about the challenges in breast screening and possible future improvements in screening and diagnostics with the support of artificial intelligence. Additionally, he presents the results of his recently conducted study that shows the potential of Artificial Intelligence to reduce the recall rate and consensus meeting workload in breast cancer screening with digital mammography.
How to reduce interval cancers in mammograogy screening
Interval cancers are among the
biggest challenges in breast screening and until now traditional screening approaches
have failed to be established as a satisfying solution. The following webinar
will demonstrate new insights about the detection of interval cancers. This is
an excellent chance for you to get a clinical presentation from leading breast
imaging experts Prof. Dr. Sophia Zackrisson and Dr. Alejandro Rodriguez-Ruiz.