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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : DA / dense area

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2019 Associations of mammographic breast density with breast stem cell marker-defined breast cancer subtypes. NDA, PD
2019 The distribution and determinants of mammographic density measures in Western Australian aboriginal women. MD, NDA, PDA, WA
2017 Age at Menarche and Late Adolescent Adiposity Associated with Mammographic Density on Processed Digital Mammograms in 24,840 Women. BMI, FFDM, PD
2017 Evaluation of the association between quantitative mammographic density and breast cancer occurred in different quadrants. BA, CC, LI, LO, MLO, PD, UI, UO
2017 Mammographic density and risk of breast cancer by tumor characteristics: a case-control study. BMI, NDA, OPERA, PDA
2016 Case-control study of mammographic density and breast cancer risk using processed digital mammograms. FFDM, ORs, PD, SD
2016 Mammographic density and risk of breast cancer by mode of detection and tumor size: a case-control study. BIC, BMI, NDA, OPERA, PDA
2015 Dense and nondense mammographic area and risk of breast cancer by age and tumor characteristics. ER, MD, NDA, PMD
2015 The association between breast tissue optical content and mammographic density in pre- and post-menopausal women. MD, OS, PD
10  2014 Degree of urbanization and mammographic density in Dutch breast cancer screening participants: results from the EPIC-NL cohort. CI, MD, PD
11  2013 Relationship of mammographic density and gene expression: analysis of normal breast tissue surrounding breast cancer. PD
12  2012 Percent Mammographic Density and Dense Area as Risk Factors for Breast Cancer. HRT, PMD
13  2005 Characteristic localisation of denatured high-density lipoprotein (HDL) at the periphery of a lipid core in human atherosclerotic lesions. apo A-I, CHL, FA, HDL, SA