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The lactating breast: contrast-enhanced MR imaging of normal tissue and cancer

, : The lactating breast: contrast-enhanced MR imaging of normal tissue and cancer. Radiology 237(2): 429-436

PURPOSE: To retrospectively describe the magnetic resonance (MR) imaging characteristics of normal breast tissue and breast cancer in the setting of lactation.MATERIALS AND METHODS: The HIPAA-compliant study was exempt from institutional approval, and informed consent was not required. Unilateral MR imaging of 10 breasts was performed in seven lactating patients aged 27-42 years. For the three patients in whom both breasts were imaged, each breast was imaged on a separate day.


PMID: 16244250

DOI: 10.1148/radiol.2372040837

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