As part of our commitment to improving health through advancing knowledge and skills in radiology, we're releasing new breast imaging content throughout the month of October.
AJR, the official journal of the American Roentgen Ray Society, has made the following breast imaging articles open access for the month of October.
We've made the following lectures and discussions open-access to enhance your knowledge.
- NEW AI in Breast Imaging: An Asian Perspective by Niketa Choi, MD
- NEW Comparison of Outcomes for One-View Asymmetries Recalled From DBT vs. FFDM Screening Examinations by Emily B. Ambinder, MD
- NEW Pathologic Outcomes in Single vs. Multiple Areas of Architectural Distortion on DBT by Lilian C. Wang, MD
- NEW Improving Specificity of Breast Ultrasound: BI-RADS 3 and 4A by Wendie Berg, MD, PhD
- NEW Achieving Excellence in Breast Imaging through Workforce Diversity by Anand Narayan, MD, PhD
- COVID-19 and Breast Imaging - Where Do We Go From Here? by Priscilla J. Slanetz, MD, MPH
- Multiple Bilateral Circumscribed Masses at Screening Breast Ultrasound by Stacey Wolfson, MD and Yiming Gao, MD
- Decisional Conflict and Breast Cancer by Lumarie Santiago, MD
- Utility and Outcomes of Pre-Operative Screening Breast MRI for Planned Prophylactic Mastectomy by Andrew S. Taliaferro, MD
- Impact of an Immediate-Read Screening Mammography Program Implemented During the COVID-19 Pandemic by Brian Dontchos, MD
- US Features of Solid Breast Masses as Prognostic Biomarkers by A. Thomas Stavros, MD
- Non-mass findings on Breast Ultrasound: Definitions, discussions, classifications, and etiologies by Sona A. Chikarmane, MD and Catherine S. Geiss, MD
- Update on Contrast Mammography by Maxine Jochelson, MD
- Abbreviated Breast MR: Results from Early Implementation by Emily Conant, MD
- The Impact of COVID-19 on Breast Imaging in Singapore featuring members of the Singapore Radiological Society
- Current State of Breast Imaging in Nigeria by Dr. Rachael A. Akinola
Join us Wednesday, October 25 at 8 pm Eastern Time on Twitter for a special discussion on the past, present, and future of breast imaging, moderated by Toma Omofoye, MD (@TomaOmofoyeMD) and Faezeh Sodagari, MD (@fsodagari). Follow along with the #ARRSChat hashtag.