This cluster random clinical trial tested the effects of reversing the order in which mammograms were read by a second radiologist on the rates of breast cancer detection among 46 screening centers in England.
Elmore and coauthors quantify the magnitude of diagnostic disagreement among pathologists from 8 US clinical practices compared with a consensus panel reference diagnosis and evaluate associated patient and pathologist characteristics.
Friedewald and coauthors conducted a retrospective analysis of screening performance metrics to determine if addition of tomosynthesis to digital mammography improved performance of US breast screening programs. Pisano and Yaffe comment in an Editorial.
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