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Amammography report is a key component of the breast cancer diagnostic process. Although mammographic findings were not clearly differentiated between benign and malignant lesion, the radiologist must assess the findings for chance of malignancy and guide the clinician for appropriate management. The report must be clear, concise and standardized for clinicians to understand.
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