Digital Tomosynthesis: Is This an Important New Breast Imaging Technique?
Wednesday, Dec. 1, 7:15 – 8:15 AM
Speakers are discussing the potential of breast tomosynthesis, including its advantages and obstacles to widespread clinical implementation. They are presenting results of studies focused on clinical utility and considering future research directions required to direct the clinical use of breast tomosynthesis.
- Jay A. Baker, MD, chief, breast imaging, Duke University Health System in Durham, N.C.;
- David Gur, ScD, director, imaging Research division, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; and
- Elizabeth A. Rafferty, MD, director, breast imaging division, Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.