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Asymmetry of bilateral mammographic tissue density and patterns is a potentially strong indicator of having or developing breast abnormalities or early cancers. The purpose of this study is to design

Asymmetry of bilateral mammographic tissue density and patterns is a potentially strong indicator of having or developing breast abnormalities or early cancers. The purpose of this study is to design and test the global asymmetry features from bilateral mammograms to predict the near-term risk of women developing detectable high risk breast lesions or cancer in the next sequential screening mammography examination.

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    Sun, Wenqing, Zheng, Bin, Lure, Fleming, Wu, Teresa, Zhang, Jianying, Wang, Benjamin Y., Saltzstein, Edward C., & Qian, Wei (2014). Prediction of near-term risk of developing breast cancer using computerized features from bilateral mammograms. COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL IMAGING AND GRAPHICS, 38(5), 348-357. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.compmedimag.2014.03.001

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