Study finds flaws with computer-aided mammograms

04/5/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Computer-assisted detection software did not help radiologists find breast cancer but instead frequently led to benign growths being labeled as cancerous, resulting in additional scans and unneeded biopsies. One expert said the study "will have a major impact on radiology."

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