Data from: Prevalence of coronary artery disease evaluated by coronary CT angiography in women with mammographically detected breast arterial calcifications

Leila Mostafavi, Wanda Marfori, Cesar Arellano, Alessia Tognolini, William Speier, Ali Adibi & Stefan G. Ruehm
To assess the correlation between breast arterial calcifications (BAC) on digital mammography and the extent of coronary artery disease (CAD) diagnosed with dual source coronary computed tomography angiography (CTA) in a population of women both symptomatic and asymptomatic for coronary artery disease. 100 consecutive women (aged 34 – 86 years) who underwent both coronary CTA and digital mammography were included in the study. Health records were reviewed to determine the presence of cardiovascular risk factors...
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