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Volume 2 Supplement 2

Symposium Mammographicum 2000

Introducing MRI into clinical breast practice

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Although there are numerous publications regarding the value (and limitations) of MRI in the diagnosis of a variety of breast conditions, access to MRI in the UK is severely limited. Because prioritisation of all cases needing MRI is necessary, only those that will lead to a clear alteration in clinical management can be justified. Against this background, the current use of MRI in a busy symptomatic and screening practice will be presented and justified.

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Field, S. Introducing MRI into clinical breast practice. Breast Cancer Res 2, A6 (2000) doi:10.1186/bcr199

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