The Importance of Radiology and Pathology Communication in the Diagnosis and Staging of Cancer: Mammography as a Case Study. 4.1 Background


Due to complexities in radiology-pathology interaction in the diagnosis of cancer and the variations in the systems in place based on the type of cancer involved, the work group focused on one type of cancer as an object lesson. The group’s reasons for choosing breast cancer are outlined below.

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