Breast Imaging Center: Tests & Treatments

  • Screening and diagnostic 2D digital mammograms: Show subtle differences in healthy and abnormal tissues. Images can be shared electronically, making consultations between radiologists and other specialists faster and easier.
  • Screening and diagnostic 3D tomosynthesis mammograms: Detect smaller breast cancers earlier and provide greater accuracy in pinpointing tumor size and location, especially for women with dense breast tissue, family history or high risk of developing the disease.
  • Computer-assisted detection (CAD): High-tech analysis of suspicious areas; a "second pair of eyes" for the radiologist.
  • Screening and diagnostic breast ultrasound: An additional diagnostic imaging option.
  • Stereotactic guided biopsy: Nonsurgical procedure in which a mammography machine guides a needle to remove small amounts of breast tissue for laboratory analysis.
  • Ultrasound guided biopsies: Similar to a stereotactic guided biopsy, but using ultrasound imaging as guidance.