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Finding Value at the Intersection of Price and Quality
By Kathryn Becker; Miguel Ramirez, MD; and Alex Merkulov, MD

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A 43-year-old woman presented for a diagnostic mammogram. She reported two right breast areas of palpable concern (marked via skin markers), one focal palpable area at 5:00/6:00 (Figure 1) and the other at 6:00 (Figure 2). There was no family history of breast cancer. Continue reading »
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