New Guidelines for Mammograms


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7 thoughts on “New Guidelines for Mammograms

  1. How often should a woman get a mammogram and is it true that a woman who breast fed her children are less likely to develop breast cancer ?

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  3. Hi Doc. I have lump in right breast , bit big before and I went in GP Doctor and she give me antibiotics for 1week and now is going smaller, can I ask Doc. If I need mammogram? I’m waiting for the ring back from my Doctor but still waiting for now.tnx a lot

  4. Bayes’ Theorem and Breast Cancer Screening with mammography.
    Please update and re-upload this excellent informative video using current scientific data.
    Sensitivity and Specificity of screening digital mammography in a recent extensive Norwegian clinical trial were 54.1% and 94.2% respectively.

    So:
    0.01×0.541
    0.01×0.541 + 0.99×0.942
    or
    0.00541
    0.00541 + 0.93258
    or
    0.00541
    0.93799
    or
    0.0057
    or
    0.57%!

    If a woman receives a positive mammography result for breast cancer the probability she actually suffers from the disease is only 0.57%

    Reference
    https://pubs.rsna.org/doi/abs/10.1148/radiol.2019182394

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