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What is the accuracy of breast cancer ultrasound?

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Dr. Mohamed Elmongy answered

Specializes in Hematology and Oncology

Breast Cancer test: Radiology specialist will review your ultrasound and give us the ideal report. If there is questionable abnormality then MRI scan will need to be done to evaluate the breast abnormality. If ultrasound or MRI scan fined abnormal results then a biopsy of the abnormal part of the breast from radiologist or surgical oncologist will have to be done to find out if there is a true breast cancer.

Answered 11/22/2014

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Dr. Sewa Legha answered

Specializes in Medical Oncology

It is a complementry: Ultrasound is useful test commonly done after a mammogram. It can make a distinction between solid(likely to be cancer) and cystic (usually benign)strutures. The accuracy of ultrasound is operator dependent...So a good/experienced radiologist can make good use of this test for accurate dignosis.

Answered 5/20/2016

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