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Because of these limitations.

Because of these limitations, the available scientific data to overestimate the ability of MRI to detect ruptured breast implants before – especially scanning scans for screening purposes are performed in asymptomatic women. The Dr. Dr. Song of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

The combined data indicate that MRI was fairly accurate in detecting implant problems. However, it was much more likely to detect problems in women with implant-related symptoms: 14 times more likely than in women without symptoms. In a mixed in a mixed screening sample – consisting. From some women with and some without symptoms-the detection rate was twice as high as in asymptomatic women.