Role of Preoperative MRI in The Management of Newly-Diagnosed Breast Cancer Patients

American College of Surgeons
Role of Preoperative MRI in The Management of Newly-Diagnosed Breast Cancer Patients
Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a well-established, valuable adjunct to screening mammography in women that have documented high-risk for developing breast cancer; it is also used to evaluate implants for silicone rupture and as part of the baseline work-up for patients presenting with axillary metastatic disease but a mammographically/sonographically occult primary breast cancer. The role of breast MRI in the preoperative evaluation of other women with an established breast cancer diagnosis is controversial.
Source: American College of Surgeons

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