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Table 1 Sensitivity and specificity of BSGI, US, MMG and MMRI for detecting breast cancer

From: Retrospective and comparative analysis of 99mTc-Sestamibi breast specific gamma imaging versus mammography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging for the detection of breast cancer in Chinese women

  BSGI US MMG MRI
(%, 95 % CI) (%, 95 % CI) (%, 95 % CI) (%, 95 % CI)
Se 80.35 % (73.38–85.92 %) 82.14 % (75.33–87.45 %) 75.60 % (68.26–81.74 %) 94.06 % (87.01–97.56 %)
Sp 83.19 % (74.99–89.19 %) 77.31 % (68.54–84.27 %) 66.39 % (57.07–74.63 %) 67.69 % (54.82–78.46 %)
PPV 87.10 % (80.54–91.75 %) 83.64 % (76.90–88.76 %) 76.05 % (68.72–82.15 %) 81.90 % (73.42–88.20 %)
NPV 75.00 % (66.57–81.94 %) 75.41 % (66.63–82.55 %) 65.83 % (56.55–74.09 %) 88.00 % (75.00–95.03 %)