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Last year the divorced mammography technologist bought a house in Lake Tapps with a view.
In the meantime, don't wait to go for that mammography.
At the same time, the wider use of mammography led to earlier diagnosis, which also contributed to the higher incidence numbers.
About Mammograms Larsen admits there’s been lots of confusion about mammography over the past two years.
But GlobalData estimates the worldwide market for mammography systems at $1.6 billion.
Digital mammography is already being used at imaging centers across the country.
Among the dead from the Hollywood center was Gail Nova, 71, who had worked as an X-ray and mammography technician before her own health declined.
Bailar’s concerns about whether mammography, especially in women under 50, causes more harm than good, inaugurated a debate that persists today.
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medical Definition of mammography
mammographicplay \ˌmam-ə-ˈgraf-ik\ adjective
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