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Webinar on "The role of MRI in breast imaging"

Author: Werner A. Kaiser
Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

In its third decade of clinical evaluation, MR mammography is backed up by high levels of evidence in terms of high sensitivity, exact preoperative staging and accurate differential diagnosis. The implications of such an approach are a faster and more cost-effective patient management using modern MRI. 

In his comprehensive talk Professor Werner A. Kaiser (Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany) presents the importance of MRI for the breast cancer diagnosis and the pertinence of several signs to make the right decisions. In addition, he shares various cases with syngo BreVis and talks about the simplicity to work with this console.

Werner A. Kaiser
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
(Jena, Germany)
 

syngo BreVis Video

Date: 2011-11-29


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