Breast--Cancer

Mammography

Mammography

Mammography or mastography is an imaging technology developed in the twentieth century for the detection of breast cancer and other breast abnormalities. Breast cancer is an abnormal growth in breast tissue that can spread to other parts of the body and cause death. Breast cancer affects about twelve percent of women worldwide. In the twenty-first century, mammography is one of the most accurate tools for screening and diagnosing breast cancer. A mammogram is the image

"The Results of Operations for the Cure of Cancer of the Breast Performed at the Johns Hopkins Hospital from June, 1889, to January, 1894" (1894), by William Stewart Halsted

"The Results of Operations for the Cure of Cancer of the Breast Performed at the <a href="/search?text=Johns%20Hopkins%20Hospital" title="" class="lexicon-term">Johns Hopkins Hospital</a> from June, 1889, to January, 1894" (1894), by William Stewart Halsted

In 1894, William Stewart Halsted published "The Results of Operations for the Cure of Cancer of the Breast Performed at the Johns Hopkins Hospital from June, 1889, to January, 1894," in the medical

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