BI-RADSŪ 1 = Negative
BI-RADSŪ 2 = Benign findings
BI-RADSŪ 3 = Probably benign findings
BI-RADSŪ 4 = Suspicious abnormality
BI-RADSŪ 5 = Highly suggestive of malignancy
Statistical reality of the BI-RADSŪ scores
The probability for BI-RADSŪ lesions 3 to be malignant is less than 2% high
The probability for BI-RADSŪ lesions 4 to be malignant is between 2 and 94% high
The probability for BI-RADSŪ lesions 5 to be malignant is more than 94% high
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