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Anatomy and physiology of the breast

Series Title(s):
Mammography Training
Contributor(s):
Anderson, James, 1944-
M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute.
Publication:
Houston : The Institute, 1976
Language(s):
English
Format:
Moving image
Subject(s):
Breast -- anatomy & histology
Mammography
Access:
Resource cannot be viewed online. Viewing copy available on-site only.
Abstract:
(Critical) In this program, the discussion of breast anatomy, including gross and some microscopic anatomy and physiologic response to estrogen and progesterone, is well performed and relevant to mammography. Unfortunately, the physiologicdiscussion is much too short and superficial and is not directly correlated with mammographic patterns. The importance of arterial and lymphatic anatomy is not explained. Throughout, the use of mammographic examples is sparse. Early in the presentation, an unsupported bias toward Xeromammography is demonstrated. Although the anatomic presentation is adequate and effective, its correlation to mammography requires individual supplementation.
Copyright:
The original and derivative copies are under copyright protection.
Extent:
022 min.
Color:
Color
Sound:
Sound
Credits:
James Anderson
Technique:
Other
NLM Unique ID:
7603374A (See catalog record)
OCLC no.:
31649875
Series Title(s):
Mammography Training
Contributor(s):
Anderson, James, 1944-
M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute.
Publication:
Houston : The Institute, 1976
Language(s):
English
Format:
Moving image
Subject(s):
Breast -- anatomy & histology
Mammography
Access:
Resource cannot be viewed online. Viewing copy available on-site only.
Abstract:
(Critical) In this program, the discussion of breast anatomy, including gross and some microscopic anatomy and physiologic response to estrogen and progesterone, is well performed and relevant to mammography. Unfortunately, the physiologicdiscussion is much too short and superficial and is not directly correlated with mammographic patterns. The importance of arterial and lymphatic anatomy is not explained. Throughout, the use of mammographic examples is sparse. Early in the presentation, an unsupported bias toward Xeromammography is demonstrated. Although the anatomic presentation is adequate and effective, its correlation to mammography requires individual supplementation.
Copyright:
The original and derivative copies are under copyright protection.
Extent:
022 min.
Color:
Color
Sound:
Sound
Credits:
James Anderson
Technique:
Other
NLM Unique ID:
7603374A (See catalog record)
OCLC no.:
31649875