Mammographic parenchymal patterns and risk of breast cancer at and after a prevalence screen in Singaporean women.
- Published Article
International journal of epidemiology
- Publication Date
Feb 01, 2000
The study confirms the increased risk of breast cancer associated with Tabar pattern IV (approximately Wolfe pattern P2), in an Asian population. This pattern is associated with nulliparity and high educational status and is strongly associated with grade 3 cancers.
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