A prospective study of mammographic parenchymal patterns and risk of breast cancer

The British Journal of Radiology
I H GravelleJ L Hayward

Abstract

Breast parenchymal patterns have been assessed by the method of Wolfe in a prospective study in Guernsey. Women with P2 or DY grades had approximately four times the risk of developing breast cancer compared with those with N1 or P1 grades. Age, weight, parity and age at birth of first child are all related to the distribution of mammographic patterns. The combination of these variables with Wolfe grades may identify subsets of the population at very high risk.

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