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Volume 4: Breast Cancer Screening

On February 27th, 2017 the opportunity to earn SAM/CME credits associated with Radiology Select Volume 4: Breast Cancer Screening will expire. If you have previously purchased access to the Volume 4 Online Educational Edition, you will need to complete the SAMs tests by February 26, 2017 to earn credit. After this date, your access to the online tests will be removed.

The Online Educational Edition of Volume 4 will be available at a 50% discount off the standard price until midnight of February 26, 2017. This offer applies to the Online Educational Edition only and does not apply to print or the tablet editions. The discount will appear on your receipt and your credit card will be charged appropriately. The tests associated with Volume 4 must be completed by February 26, 2017 in order to receive SAM/CME credits. After this date, your access to the online tests will be removed.

This volume features 34 articles that cover:

  • Screening performance criteria, benchmarks, variability, and outcomes
  • The effect of CAD on mammographic screening
  • Results and challenges in high-risk populations
  • Comparison findings for digital mammography

The Online Educational Edition includes 5 SAMs tests with an opportunity to earn 15 SAM credits and 15 CME credits. This enduring material can be applied towards the ABR self-assessment requirement.


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Watch a video introduction from Series Editor Deborah Levine, MD

Series Editor Deborah Levine, MD, and Guest Editor Constance D. Lehman, MD, PhD, discuss the importance of Radiology Select and its topic - Breast Cancer Screening

Biography

Radiology Select Volume 4: Breast Cancer Screening Guest Editor

Constance D. Lehman, MD, PhD, graduated from Duke University (Durham, NC). She received her MD and PhD degrees from Yale University (New Haven, Conn). She completed her residency and fellowship training at the University of Washington in Seattle, Wash. She now serves as professor and vice chair of radiology and section head of breast imaging at the University of Washington and director of imaging at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Her research is focused on new methods and applications of advanced imaging in breast cancer detection and diagnosis, as well as factors that influence the performance of mammography.

To view the Radiology Select Volume 4: Breast Cancer Screening editorial as it appears in the print edition, please click here.