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SERAM 2012 / S-1227
Utilidad de la Resonancia Magnética de Mama para el estudio de la Secreción por el Pezón
This poster was originally presented at the SERAM 2012 meeting, May 24-28, in Granada/ES. Este póster ha sido presentado originalmente en el congreso de la SERAM 2012, 24-28 de mayo, en Granada/ES. www.seram.es
Congress: SERAM 2012
Poster No.: S-1227
Type: Presentación Electrónica Científica
Keywords: Mama, Intervencionista no vascular, Mamografía, Radiografía digital, RM, Aspectos técnicos, Galactografía, Estudios comparativos, Neoplasia, Hiperplasia / Hipertrofia
Authors: A. E. Madrid Vallenilla, G. Buitrago Weiland, O. Bueno Zamora, E. García Laborda, F. J. Olcoz Monreal, P. J. Borrego Ruíz; Madrid/ES
DOI:10.1594/seram2012/S-1227

Conclusiones

La RM de mama es una técnica diagnóstica con elevada sensibilidad y alto valor predictivo negativo, y debería considerarse su empleo para la evaluación de las pacientes con secreción uniorificial.  

 

El valor predictivo positivo de la RM es superior al de la galactografía para definir con precisión la extensión y localización de la patología intraductaductal e identificar lesiones múltiples.

 

Un resultado negativo en la RM podría permitirnos mantener una conducta expectante, sin necesidad de realizar pruebas diagnósticas adicionales. 

 

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