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3D Mammography

3D Mammography, commonly known as Tomosynthesis, is the newest advancement in Breast Cancer Detection.  This provides the earliest in detection for breast tumors and abnormalities. Trust our team for a full range of women's studies, including 3D Digital mammography, Breast Ultrasound, 3T MRI with a dedicated breast coil, and Breast Specific Gamma Imaging. 
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Womens Imaging Services

  • Genius 3D MAMMOGRAPHY exams are a more accurate way to check your breasts - more likely to get it right the first time. Why?
  1. Genius exams are more accurate than conventional mammograms for women with both dense or non-dense breasts.
  2. Detects breast cancer 15 months earlier.
  3. 5-year survival rate with early diagnosis is almost 100%.
  4. Reduces unnecessary callbacks by up to 40%.
  • Bone Densitometry, or DEXA (Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry), is a simple, non-invasive X-ray procedure that is used to measure bone mineral density. The results of bone densitometry estimate your risk of developing bone loss, osteoporosis or a fracture.

  • Breast MRI takes a more advanced look for cancers that may be too subtle to identify on mammography or ultrasound. It uses molecular signals to detect very sensitive lesions. Learn more about Breast MRI.

  • Breast Ultrasound may be used to evaluate palpable findings or as an adjunct to mammography. The ability to visualize a finding via ultrasound greatly helps performing a biopsy, when necessary.

  • Stereotactic breast biopsy is a minimally invasive technique where a sample of suspicious breast tissue is precisely located with a computer-guided imaging system and removed with a needle. A stereotactic breast biopsy is used to confirm whether a breast abnormality is cancerous or not.
  • Miraluma or Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI).  A patient receives a pharmaceutical tracing agent that is absorbed by all the cells in the body. Due to their increased rate of metabolic activity, cancerous cells in the breast absorb a greater amount of the tracing agent than normal, healthy cells. Therefore, malignant cells generally appear as “dark spots” on the MBI image.

Other women’s imaging services include:

  • Obstetrical and Gynecological Ultrasound Studies
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