Feb 03, · Mammographically-detected breast arterial calcifications (BAC) are considered to be an incidental finding without clinical importance since they are not associated with increased risk of breast cancer. The goal of this article is to review existing evidence that the presence of BAC on mammography Cited by:
Jan 06, · Breast arterial calcifications as a cardiovascular risk marker in women. Expert Rev Cardiovasc Ther ;2(5)– Crossref, Medline, Google Scholar; 20 Rotter MA, Schnatz PF, Currier AA, O’Sullivan DM. Breast arterial calcifications (BACs) found on screening mammography and their association with cardiovascular betterbasket.info by:
Breast calcifications occur when calcium builds up within the soft tissue of the breast. There are two main types of breast calcifications: macrocalcifications (large calcium buildups) and Author: Kristeen Moore, Rachel Nall, And Tim Jewell.
Breast arterial calcifications and coronary calcifications: a common link with atherosclerotic subclinical disease. Ital Heart J Suppl. ; 6 (9)– Yildiz s, Yildiz A, Ertug N, Kaya Ihsan, Yilmaz R, Yuksel E, Ziylan SZ. Association of breast arterial calcification and carotid intima-media betterbasket.info by: 7.