Whole-breast ultrasound (an ultrasound of the entire breast) is a technology that can be used with mammography to screen the breast for. The Automated Whole Breast Ultrasound (ABUS) is an FDA-approved non- invasive, radiation-free procedure used in addition to a mammogram to increase the. For women with dense breasts, automated whole-breast ultrasound (AWBUS) is a supplementary ultrasound examination of both breasts that can find small cancers that mammography may miss. Studies show that ultrasound and mammography performed together can find more cancers in women.
Automated breast ultrasound (ABUS) makes waves as a newfound supplemental a bilateral exam — less than half the time of some traditional ultrasounds. image of the entire breast, but is also designed for high-volume breast screening. The aim of this study was to evaluate the contribution of bilateral breast ultrasound in the management of women with newly diagnosed primary. Bilateral whole breast (screening) ultrasound has been well established in multiple single- and multi-institution published studies as a valuable adjunct to.
The automated whole-breast ultrasound (AWBU: Sonocine, Inc., . in 56 participants (% of the sample); one participant had bilateral cancer. A recent study in Academic Radiology explored various screening strategies using automated whole-breast ultrasound (ABUS) to determine a. The use of bilateral whole breast ultrasound for women with dense breast tissue as an adjunct to screening mammography has been a topic of discussion and. This feature allows the operator also to perform additional ultrasound An entire bilateral whole breast examination can be read in less than minute per breast.