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Imaging Guidelines for Breast Density 

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medical illustration of Illustration showing 4 grades of breast density in mammography in a side by side representation. Four grades of classifications from American College of Radiology are shown from top to bottom are 1. Almost entirely fatty 2. Scattered areas of fibroglandular density 3. heterogeneously dense 4. extremely dense
Next medical illustration of Internal Cystitis and Bladder Pain Syndrome is a common cause of chronic pelvic pain. The illustration show glomerulations, thinned and/or irregular areas of the glycosaminoglycan (GAG) layer with general irritation in the urothelium during a cystoscopy. Pelvic nerves in the surrounding tissue are inflamed.

Internal Cystitis and Bladder Pain Syndrome

Illustration showing 4 grades of breast density in mammography in a side by side representation. Four grades of classifications from American College of Radiology are shown from top to bottom are 1. Almost entirely fatty 2. Scattered areas of fibroglandular density 3. heterogeneously dense 4. extremely dense

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