18:18Zsuzsanna Varga, Zurich / CH
1. To know about the biological behaviour of the most important B3 lesions.
2. To understand the difference between B3a and B3b lesions.
3. To recognise the most worrisome entities.
37:09Chantal Van Ongeval, Leuven / BE
1. To become familiar with the most common imaging findings in B3 lesions.
2. To identify the most appropriate imaging modality.
3. To identify the factors that limit patient compliance to the management recommendations after a pathologic result of a high-risk breast lesion.
16:15Nisha Sharma, Leeds / UK
1. To learn about the most recent international recommendations on the management of B3 lesions.
2. To differentiate between the results of a core needle and a vacuum assisted biopsy (VAB).
3. To be able to identify cases when VAB excision may pose a valid alternative to a surgical one.