Breast Imaging Companion by Gilda Cardenosa MD PDF

By Gilda Cardenosa MD

ISBN-10: 0781764912

ISBN-13: 9780781764919

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A minimum of the four largest fibers, three largest speck groups and three largest masses must be visible. Number of test objects in each group should not decrease by more than one half. GRBT261-3456G-CH03[28-47]. qxd 09/20/2007 11:05 AM Page 39 Aptara Inc. 20. 05. For a given density control setting, mAs should not change by more than Ϯ15%. All mammography units and processors at a given facility should produce similar film optical densities. If results do not meet requirements, the source of the problem needs to be identified and corrective action taken before any clinical images are done.

240 mammograms interpreted under direct supervision in the 6 months prior to qualifying as an interpreting physician OR, if the physician becomes board certified at the first allowable time, the 6-month period can be anytime in the last 2 years of the residency program. • Continuing requirements. Maintain a valid state license to practice medicine. 960 interpretations per 24 months. 15 category I CME credits in a 36-month period; 6 of the 15 CME hours must be in each mammographic modality. 8 hours of training in each mammographic modality before independent use.

Plot background optical density and density difference on the control chart. The same person should view phantom films at the same time each day using the same viewbox, viewing conditions and magnifying lens used to review clinical images. • Data analysis and interpretation. Each object type (fiber, speck group, mass) is scored separately. 5. 5 point if more than half, but not all, of the fiber is visible. Evaluate the background; if a fiber-like artifact (as apparent or more apparent than the “real” fibers) is seen anywhere in the wax insert area of the image, but not in an apparent location or orientation, deduct the “artifactual” fiber from the last real half or whole fiber scored.

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