Breast ultrasound is not usually done to screen for breast cancer. This is because it may miss some early signs of cancer. An example of early signs that may not.
Breast ultrasound has many false positive and false negative results [77,79]. A false positive result shows a woman has breast cancer when she does not.
Ultrasound is an imaging test that sends high-frequency sound waves through your breast and converts them into images on a viewing screen.
When a suspicious site is detected in your breast through a breast self-exam or on a screening mammogram, your doctor may request an ultrasound of the.
Many studies have shown that ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI ) can help supplement mammography by detecting breast cancers that may not.