Volume 57, Issue 3 (8 1999)                   Tehran Univ Med J 1999, 57(3): 17-21 | Back to browse issues page

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Jamali Zavarehei M, Swdighy N, Alizadeh Z, Montazery A, Jarvandi S, Ansary M. Accuracy of fine-needle aspiration in early detection of breast cancer. Tehran Univ Med J 1999; 57 (3) :17-21
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Fine-needle aspiration biopsy for the diagnosis of breast lesions has been used for more than six decades and has been established as an effective procedure in Europe for many years. In order to evaluate the accuracy of fine-needle aspiration with histopathologic confirmation, a retrospective study was performed in Iranian Center for Breast Cancer, using a computer database over one year period. All women who had had fine-needle aspiration breast biopsy with histopathologic diagnosis included open excisional biopsy or mastectomy specimen. A total of 49 patients fulfilled the criteria. The test had a 93% sensitivity, 73% specificity, 65% positive predictive value, and 95% negative predictive value. Fine-needle aspiration is a sensitive test that Van be useful as an adjuct in the diagnosis of breast cancer.
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