Ann Clin Radiol | Volume 2, Issue 1 | Short Communication | Open Access

Statistical Demonstration that FMTVDM is Superior to Mammography

Richard M. Fleming1*, Matthew R. Fleming1, Tapan K. Chaudhuri2, Andrew McKusick1,3 and
William C. Dooley4

1FHHI-OmnificImaging-Camelot, USA
2Eastern Virginia Medical School, USA
3Sebec Consulting & Media, USA
4Oklahoma University Health Science Center, USA

*Correspondance to: Richard M. Fleming 

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Using statistical chi-square analysis it is possible to calculate how many participants are required to determine if there is a statistically significant difference between two tests used to diagnose breast cancer. Using this calculation, a sample size of 1000 women would produce a p-value of less than 0.0001. The outcomes of the published data include 1000 women and 4 men, providing statistical evidence of FMTVDM superiority over mammography for the detection of breast cancer. Additional advantages of FMTVDM include the ability to measure transitional changes in tissue resulting in the development of breast cancer.


FMTVDM; Breast Cancer; Breast Inflammation; Transitional Changes; Health-


Fleming RM, Fleming MR, Chaudhuri TK, McKusick A, Dooley WC. Statistical Demonstration that FMTVDM is Superior to Mammography. Ann Clin Radiol. 2019; 2(1): 1012..

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