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Figure 6 (A and B): Breast tomosynthesis increases diagnostic confidence (A) Mediolateral-oblique (MLO) view of the left breast (American College of Radiology density 3) shows a posteriorly located lobulated mass. The margins are partially obscured, it was assigned BIRADS 3 on two-dimensional mammogram (B) 1 mm digital tomosynthesis slice of the same patient in MLO view removes tissue overlap enabling complete delineation of the margins, which appears lobulated. BIRADS category remained 3, but the radiologists' diagnostic confidence was increased

Figure 6 (A and B): Breast tomosynthesis increases diagnostic confidence (A) Mediolateral-oblique (MLO) view of the left breast (American College of Radiology density 3) shows a posteriorly located lobulated mass. The margins are partially obscured, it was assigned BIRADS 3 on two-dimensional mammogram (B) 1 mm digital tomosynthesis slice of the same patient in MLO view removes tissue overlap enabling complete delineation of the margins, which appears lobulated. BIRADS category remained 3, but the radiologists' diagnostic confidence was increased