White Matter Brain Changes In Post-Chemotherapy Breast Cancer Patients Overview In this study, the objective was to evaluate white matter microstructural changes in older breast cancer survivors 5-15 years post-chemotherapy treatment. The participants included breast cancer survivors aged 65 or older who underwent chemotherapy (C+) and those who did not (C-), along
Encapsulated Papillary Carcinoma Membrane Characteristics Overview This study focused on encapsulated papillary carcinoma (EPC), a type of breast carcinoma characterized by a thick fibrous capsule-like structure surrounding the tumor, often interpreted as a thickened basement membrane (BM). The primary objective was to investigate the geometric properties of the EPC capsule and determine
Non-Invasive Breast Carcinoma Treatment Outcomes Overview Non-invasive breast carcinoma, distinct from invasive forms, can lead to local recurrence post-surgery, potentially progressing to invasive carcinoma and distant metastasis, impacting breast cancer prognosis. This study, involving 93 cases among 872 primary breast cancers, assessed outcomes. Surgical interventions, radiation, and endocrine therapy were common treatments.
Improving Bone Mineral Density Screening by Using Digital X-Radiogrammetry (DXR) Combined With Mammography Bone Mineral Density: THE STUDY Osteoporosis is often underdiagnosed and undertreated, especially in women. In Australia, 2 in 5 women aged 50 or over will experience fragility fractures. Fractures associated with reduced bone mineral density (BMD) may cause disability
Pyrotinib therapy in HER2+ breast cancer Breast cancer with human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) occurs in almost 15-20% of all breast cancers. This type of cancer also shows aggressive clinical behavior and has a poor prognosis. The development and use of anti-HER2 drugs have improved outcomes for patients with
Breast Cancer And An Analysis of Cardiovascular Events Breast cancer is considered one of the most common cancers in the world. In 2020, there are 7.8 million women diagnosed with breast cancer globally. It also has resulted in more than 700,000 deaths based on the data from WHO. Unlike other cancers
Breast Tomosynthesis Simulator for Virtual Clinical Trials Summary The use of computer models and simulation in predicting the clinical performance of x-ray imaging devices in silico and generating synthetic patient images for training and testing of machine learning algorithms is widely accepted today. In this study, the researchers presented a detailed description of