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Diagnostic and Management Modalities of Breast Cancer

Gjok Tosku


Early detection is one of the best ways to combat cancer in general is catching cancer in its earliest stages which gives you the best chances of successfully treating it. Ultrasound and mammography exams may detect breast cancer at an early stage. According to the American Cancer Society's, numerous studies show that early detection saves lives and increases treatment options. With accepted 80%-90% accuracy rate, ultrasound and especially mammography is extremely accurate, but still not in perfect level. The American Cancer Society recommends that women age 40 and older should have a mammogram every year and should continue to do so for as long as they are in good health. Women in their 20s and 30s should have a clinical breast exam (CBE) as part of a periodic (regular) health exam by a health professional preferably every 3 years. Starting at age 40, women should have a CBE by a health professional every year. In Albania we do use and practice the same medical protocols as in the western countries, however we face difficulties in many aspect, such as: poor patient education and information in regards to medical health, the absence of a national program covered by health insurance, and other technical matters. This article aims to bring the current assessment of early detection of breast neo-formation and its management.

Keywords: Breast cancer, early detection, ultrasound, mammography, diagnosis, management, etc.

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