[ ma-mog-ruh-fee ]
/ mæˈmɒg rə fi /
x-ray photography of a breast, especially for detection of tumors.
Origin of mammography
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Called the “mammography paradox,” the phenomenon remains controversial.
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And again, what are the concrete harms, if any, of mammography?
/ (mæˈmɒɡrəfɪ) /
the technique of using X-rays to examine the breast in the early detection of cancer
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[ mă-mŏg′rə-fē ]
Radiographic examination of the breasts for diagnostic purposes.
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[ măm′ə-grăm′ ]
An x-ray image of the human breast, used to detect tumors or other abnormalities.
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[ (ma-mog-ruh-fee) ]
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