BIRAD

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BIRADBreast Imaging-Reporting and Data System
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Author Shri Birad Rajaram, on the other hand, will give a talk focusing on the themes and values of peace and truth, which were examined in his book Exploring the Life of the Mahatma.
The other Bohol swim champs were Kay Liezlie Paredes in the girls' 12-under 50m breast and 200m breast, Jess Kenneth Omac in the boys' 11-12 400m free and 200m free, and Aseniero in the boy's 13-15 50m breast and 200m breast, Zean Angelo Plateros in the boys' 11-12 200m backstroke, Jan Nino Rosales in the boys' 11-12 200m fly and Birad in the boys' 13-15 100m free.
This is the most authentic collection you will find anywhere," Rajendra Bhatt, director of Publications India, said after presenting a pen drive collection of 100 volumes to Birad Rajaram Yajnik, the author of 'Exploring the Life of the Mahatma'.
Pawar, whose books Elanmaal and Birad reflect his moorings in the Dalit society spoke of the sole reason he completed his education -- the one meal that he was offered in school.
Capello's Web site (www.areyoudense.org) explains radiological terms such as the BIRAD scale, gives an overview of studies related to detection, and brings it all home with women's personal stories.
BIRADS category was assigned to every breast lesion based on mammography & USG.
Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BIRADS) categorizes 4 types of asymmetric breast findings: Asymmetric breast tissue; densities seen in one projection; architectural distortion; and focal asymmetric densities.
To promote uniformity and standardization of mammographic interpretation, American College of Radiology and other international organizations, with mutual consensus, have Recently adopted and recommended universal implementation of breast imaging reporting and data system (BIRADS).