Lindfors and her colleagues then review the breast CT research with the pathology and mammograms reports. The comparison is nonblinded and subjective. At the radiological culture conference, Lindfors reported that lesions noticed on mammography had been also seen on breasts CT in 19 of the first 21 instances. The two lesions not really seen on breasts CT had been both benign. Among the two benign lesions was in an exceedingly large breast; the additional was a low-density lesion.The Army review will also scrutinize how well soldiers can take part in the machine that assesses their ability to receive medical retirements, including if the appeal process is adequate and whether any kind of nonmedical factors might impact the diagnosis. There is also a system-wide review being done by the Army inspector general to determine if psychiatrists overturn PTSD diagnoses to save money. The evaluations will be the key first step in identifying soldiers’ disability benefits.