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The paradox of breast MRI: Does finding occult disease make a difference?

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been used to manage breast cancer for more than two decades. Despite this familiarity, or perhaps because of it, the controversy over the utility of breast MRI has continued to grow. Early reports showed that breast MRI had the ability to detect disease that mammography otherwise missed. These early reports […]


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