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MKSAP 18 Q & A
A 50-year-old woman is seen following screening digital mammography. She is asymptomatic and has no medical problems. Other than her age and sex, she has no additional risk factors for breast cancer and no family history of breast cancer. The mammogram report notes no suspicious lesions but indicates that the breasts are heterogeneously dense (density category C). On previous physical examination, vital signs and breast examination were normal.
In addition to education on breast density, which of the following is the most appropriate adjunctive breast cancer screening?
A: Breast MRI
B: Digital breast tomosynthesis
C: Repeat digital mammography in 6 months
D: No further testing