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Mammography is the standard of reference for the detection of breast carcinoma, yet 10%-30% of breast cancers may be missed at mammography. Possible causes for missed breast cancers include dense parenchyma obscuring a lesion, poor positioning or technique, perception error, incorrect interpretation of a suspect finding, subtle features of malignancy, and slow growth of a lesion. Recent studies have emphasized the use of alternative imaging modalities to detect and diagnose breast carcinoma,doi:10.1148/rg.234025083 pmid:12853663 fatcat:icfxggkvxjctrpfwj2fityqrdi