Figure D shows ADH underestimation rates of different types of biopsy from most to least--US automated gun, stereotactic automated gun, stereotactic vacuum-assisted, and open surgical.

Figure DADH underestimation rates of different types of biopsy

ADH underestimation = (number cases diagnosed as ADH on core-needle biopsy that were found to be invasive or in situ cancer by the reference standard)/(total number cases diagnosed as ADH on core-needle biopsy)*100.

US automated gun: 13 studies of 207 core-needle diagnoses of ADH.

Stereotactic automated gun: 26 studies of 321 core-needle diagnoses of ADH.

Stereotactic vacuum-assisted: 21 studies of 380 core-needle diagnoses of ADH.

Open surgical estimate based on other literature reviews.

Abbreviations: ADH-=atypical ductal hyperplasia; US=ultrasound.

From: Executive Summary

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