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Purpose: The purpose of this article is to present images from simulated breast microcalcifications and assess the pattern of the microcalcifications with a technical development called "depth 3-dimensional (D3D) augmented reality". Materials and methods: A computer, head display unit, joystick, D3D augmented reality software, and an in-house script of simulated data of breast microcalcifications in a ductal distribution were used. No patient data was used and no statistical analysis wasdoi:10.2147/mder.s110756 pmid:27563261 pmcid:PMC4984822 fatcat:4436a6gsqrg4zjq46scs6ciza4