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Imaging Benign and Malignant Breast Lesions with Combined Optical Imaging and Tomosynthesis

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We have imaged over 170 patients over the past 3 years with a combined optical and tomosynthesis imaging system. The region-of-interest analysis of 23 malignant lesions, 15 benign solid lesions and 8 cysts is reported.

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