1. General Considerations in Breast Imaging
3. Additional Views
4. Breast Ultrasound
5. Breast MRI
7. Digital Breast Tomosynthesis
8. BI-RADS Lexicon
9. Organization of Breast Imaging Reports
10. Emerging Technologies
12. Architectural Distortion and Asymmetry
13. Benign Breast Diseases
14. Invasive Mammary Carcinoma
15. Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy and Biomarkers
16. Breast Diseases in Pregnancy and Lactation, Inflammation, Infections
17. Post-operative Breast and Implants
18. Augmentation and Reconstruction
19. Interventional Procedures
20. Male Breast and Miscellaneous Cases
This book covers all the essential aspects of breast imaging necessary for the preparation of MMed, MD, FRCR and FRANZCR exams. The main focus is on mammogram and breast ultrasound along with basics of breast MRI and breast interventions. With the increasing popularity of these qualifying exams among radiology residents in Asia, Great Britain as well as Australia and dearth of relevant resources on the topic, this book will serve as a valuable resource for the candidates. The book is also aligned with preparations required for the FRCPC (Canada) and the American Board of Radiology.
The book is divided into two sections - first section includes chapters on basics of breast imaging along with a chapter on emerging technologies while the second section includes 50 exam-relevant cases covering imaging findings utilizing appropriate BI-RADS lexicon, possible differentials, next recommended investigation and appropriate management in accordance with American College of Radiology lexicon, BI-RADS system and MRI correlation, whenever available. Readers also get familiar with the indications for breast MRI. The book is written by experts in breast imaging with relevant teaching experience.
Written by an experts with strong teaching experience, this book is not only suitable for exams but is also useful for practicing breast and non-breast radiologists as well as breast care clinicians, keen to learn fundamentals of breast imaging.
• Describes essentials of breast imaging reporting using latest ACR guidelines
• Covers commonly encountered to rare findings imaging of the breast through 50 cases
• Cases are categorized on an increasing level of difficulty for a gradual development and understanding of concepts