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Astley, S, Mistry, T, Boggis, CRM, et al. 2002. Should we use humans or a machine to prescreen mammograms? In Peitgen, H-O, editor, Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Digital Mammography. Heidelberg: Springer. Pp. 476–480.


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