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The Mammography Positioning Guidebook provides a clear overview of standard mammography positioning techniques, correlational anatomy, and how to adequately assess clinical images. The goal is to create consistent positioning techniques that are more ergonomically sound, efficient, and proficient. The guidebook contains over 50 graphics, illustrations, photographs, and reproduced radiographs, as well as detailed and quick instructions for positioning mammographic screening and additional views. There is currently no similar publication on the market.
The Image Quality & Positioning Problem-Solving for Breast Imagers: Meeting EQUIP Standards manual was created to address specific imaging standards outlined by the FDA’s Enhancing Quality Imaging Using the Inspection Program (EQUIP). Each of the eight categories that affect image quality are discussed in detail in this work, including reasonable expectations for meeting those standards and positioning problem solving with corrective actions. The manual is designed to be used by radiologists and technologists alike and will higher the standards for mammographic image quality. The manual features forwards by eminent Breast Imaging Radiologists: Drs. Daniel Kopans and Michael Linver.