A recent study finds that adding a newer test to digital mammograms can increase the detection rate for breast cancer and decrease false alarm and unnecessary extra scans. Approved in the United States in 2011, 3D mammography, or tomosynthesis, is nearly identical to a routine mammogram, but the machine moves around the breast instead of remaining stationary. With many X-rays taken at different angles, a three-dimensional image of the breast is created that may help detect suspicious lumps and tumors that may not be seen with the traditional mammogram. Check out what industry experts are saying about the results of the study.
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