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Trends in frequency and outcome of high-risk breast lesions at core needle biopsy in women recalled at biennial screening mammography, a multiinstitutional study

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Associated researcher

  • Luiten, J. D.
  • Korte, B.
  • Voogd, A.C.

  • Vreuls, W.
  • Luiten, E. J. T.
  • Strobbe, L. J.
  • Rutten, M. J. C. M.
  • Plaisier, M. L.
  • Lohle, P. N.
  • Hooijen, M. J. H.
  • Tjan - Heijnen, V.C.G.

  • Duijm, L. E. M.

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    Research areas

  • high-risk lesions, risk-associated lesions, surgical excision, diagnostics, mammographic screening, CARCINOMA IN-SITU, VACUUM-ASSISTED BIOPSY, INTRADUCTAL PAPILLOMAS, ATYPIA, UPGRADE, SURVEILLANCE, INSTITUTION, SENSITIVITY, CONCORDANT, MANAGEMENT
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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2720-2727
Number of pages8
JournalInternational Journal of Cancer
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - 15 Nov 2019