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Fig. 1 | World Journal of Surgical Oncology

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From: A critical review of the chest CT scans performed to detect asymptomatic synchronous metastasis in new and recurrent breast cancers

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Flowchart of the study population. From 726 breast cancer cases treated during the study period, 335 had available staging CTC data. Fourteen (4%) new metastases and one incidental lung cancer were identified through these scans. Eighty-five percent of all scans only showed benign or normal findings, while 10% had indeterminate findings that were identified as false positive after further tests or observation

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