The Locations of One-View Lesions on Mammograms

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Purpose: We present the locations of one-view lesions on mammograms. Materials and Methods: We collect one-view lesions on mammograms and mark these locations to avoid missing lesions of breasts. About 40 patients were collected during recent 3 year. Results: Most of breast lesions can be shown on both craniocaudal view (CC view) and mediolateral oblique (MLO) view of mammograms. If the lesion located outside the field of view on one standard view, it will become one-view lesion. We investigate on the locations of these lesions.
Conclusion: We need pay more attention to the one-view lesions on mammograms, especially in the marked locations of bilateral breasts.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication放射線醫學會29屆會員大會暨66次學術研討會
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Lai, H-Y., Liu, H-Y., & Lan, G-Y. (2017). The Locations of One-View Lesions on Mammograms. In 放射線醫學會29屆會員大會暨66次學術研討會

The Locations of One-View Lesions on Mammograms. / Lai, Hsin-Yi; Liu, Huei-Yu; Lan, Gong-Yau.

放射線醫學會29屆會員大會暨66次學術研討會. 2017.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Lai, H-Y, Liu, H-Y & Lan, G-Y 2017, The Locations of One-View Lesions on Mammograms. in 放射線醫學會29屆會員大會暨66次學術研討會.
Lai H-Y, Liu H-Y, Lan G-Y. The Locations of One-View Lesions on Mammograms. In 放射線醫學會29屆會員大會暨66次學術研討會. 2017
Lai, Hsin-Yi ; Liu, Huei-Yu ; Lan, Gong-Yau. / The Locations of One-View Lesions on Mammograms. 放射線醫學會29屆會員大會暨66次學術研討會. 2017.
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