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In 437 primary patients with breast cancer (BC) we compared diagnostic accuracy of mammography (MG) and mammoscintigraphy (MCG) with 99mTc-MIBI. All women, included in the study, had lesions suspicious for BC. In 108 suspicious lesions were less than 10 mm in diameter. On histology 33 (30,5%) patients had invasive BC, 20 (18,5%) - noninvasive BC, 6 (5,6%) - lobular carcinoma, 2 (1,9%) - mucinous BC, 8 (7,4%) - fibroadenoma and in remained 39 cases (36,1%) - localised fibrosis. In the group ofdoi:10.37469/0507-3758-2017-63-2-274-280 fatcat:jvnaywybjfecfhdco2dohvhire