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A BIRADS 0 rating indicates that the mammogram is incomplete and requires further assessment.
A normal mammogram may be rated as BIRADS 1 or negative, which means no abnormalities were seen.
BIRADS 5 means an abnormality is highly suggestive of cancer. The suspicious area should be biopsied.
A follow-up mammogram within a short interval of six months is suggested.
BI-RADS 0 on a mammogram means that the pictures were incomplete, and additional imaging is needed. It is not a comment on whether the mammogram is normal or abnormal.
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"Dense breasts" on a mammogram is a normal finding. A "thickness" on mammogram is not a typically used phrase; ask your health care provider to clarify what the results actually say.
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BI-RADS 4 on a mammogram means there is a suspicious abnormality, and a biopsy might be required. It does not necessarily mean cancer.
"False positive" readings also are possible, and 5% to 10% of mammogram results indicate the need for additional testing, most of which confirm that no cancer is present.
In some contexts, it may mean mammogram or mammography.
what is a mammogram?
Its the code for a mammogram screen.
More importantly, What happens to an animal (no S as AN indicates a singular) that is asymmetrical OR What happens to animals that ARE asymmetrical (ARE is used when talking about plurals, not IS). These tips will help you through life a lot better than the answer to your question... which doesn't make sense. What would happen to an animal that is asymmetrical in what way? And what do you mean by happen? Do you mean how would a wolf continue to survive if it was missing a leg? Or if it had to hind legs and one in the middle of it's chest? Or eyes that are not evenly spaced? What do you mean.
BIRADS 4 means suspicious for cancer. A biopsy is usually recommended in this case.
Can radiation from a mammogram kill you?
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A normal mammogram may also be rated as BIRADS 2 or benign findings. This means that one or more abnormalities were found but are clearly benign (not cancerous), or variations of normal.
BI-RADS 2 benign finding means that something was found on the mammogram, but it is almost certainly not cancer. Talk with your health care provider for more information on what was found on your mammogram.
A script for a mammogram may say "malignant neoplasia, other" because that is the purpose of the mammogram. The mammogram is a screening test to look for cancer ("malignant neoplasia") of the breast.