Anytime you perform a breast biopsy there are three possible outcomes.
The result may come back completely benign, in which nothing further needs to be done.
Alternatively, on the other end of spectrum, the biopsy may reveal malignancy. Both of these outcomes are fairly straightforward.
When you do a biopsy, occasionally you will get a third outcome. The result will be Atypical. Meaning, not normal yet not breast cancer. There are many pathologic entities that fall into this Atypical or High Risk bucket.
The breast procedures section of our Master Breast Imaging training program is second to none.
Packed with in-depth, step by step instructions for performing ultrasound guided, stereotactic and MRI guided biopsies. Wire localizations and aspirations are also covered.
Multiple challenging scenarios are covered such as small breasts, implants, one view findings and more.
We feel confident saying this course is unlike any other on the market.