A Technologist’s Perspective of the FDA Report ‘Poor Positioning Responsible for Most Clinical Image Deficiencies, Failures – SBI Newsletter
by Louise C. Miller, RTRM, FSBI

CC and MLO Quick Steps and Image Criteria Checklists
Handouts for The Miller Method steps for the CC and MLO along with self-evaluation image checklists

How to Help Your Technologist Part 1 – Common Problems with the Mediolateral Oblique – The Inframammary Fold: How to Improve Visualization and Reduce Skin/Fat Folds in the Inframammary Fold – SBI Newsletter
Series by Louise C. Miller, RTRM, FSBI: Part 1 of 3

How to Help Your Technologist Part 2: Common Problems with the Mediolateral Oblique – Not Enough Pectoralis and the Sagging Breast – SBI Newsletter
Series by Louise C. Miller RTRM, FSBI: Part 2 of 3

How to Help Your Technologist – Part 3- Common Problems with the Craniocaudal View – SBI Newsletter
Series by Louise C. Miller, RTRM, FSBI: Part 3 of 3

Mammography Positioning Standards in the Digital Era: Is the Status Quo Acceptable?
by Ashley I. Huppe, Kelly L. Overman, Jason B. Gatewood, Jacqueline D. Hill, Louise C. Miller, and Marc F. Inciardi

Most Commonly Used Additional Views, Part 1: Variations of the Craniocaudal View – SBI Newsletter
by Dawn Derenburger, RTRM & Robyn Hadley, RTRM

Most Commonly Used Additional Views, Part 2: Minimizing Superimposition and Identifying Location
by Dawn Derenburger, RTRM & Robyn Hadley, RTRM

Most Commonly Used Additional Views, Part 3: Defining Structures and Clarifying
Presence of Abnormalities

by Dawn Derenburger, RTRM & Robyn Hadley, RTRM

Poor Positioning Responsible for Most Clinical Image Deficiencies and Failures – FDA
U.S Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Reasonable Expectations Chart for the CC and MLO Source: American Journal of Radiology: 209, December 2017

Repeats, Rejects and Recalls: How Many is Too Many? – SBI Newsletter 
by Louise C. Miller, RTRM, FSBI

Technologists’ Characteristics and Quality of Positioning in Daily Practice in a Canadian Breast Cancer Screening Program 
This study evaluates to what extent technologists’ experience, training, or practice in mammography are associated with screening mammography positioning quality.


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