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Mammography

Breast Health Center at Abrazo Central Campus

Mammograms are the most effective form of early detection for breast cancer. Because one in eight U.S. women will have a breast cancer diagnosis at some point in life, it’s especially important to make time for your mammogram. At the Breast Health Center at Abrazo Central Campus, we’re here to help keep you from becoming just another statistic.

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Who Needs a Screening?

Many women with breast cancer have no symptoms, which makes screening even more important. The American Cancer Society recommendations for women of average risk (no personal or family history, or genetic predisposition):

  • Age 40-44 - optional mammogram
  • Age 45-55 - annual mammogram
  • Age 55+ - option for mammogram every two years, or annually

If you think you may have higher than average risk for breast cancer, please talk with your doctor about recommendations for screenings and frequency. For example, the presence of certain genes like BRCA may put you at risk to get an especially aggressive type of cancer at an early age. Know your risk for greater peace of mind.

Breast Cancer Screening

Our team is ready to provide you with comprehensive screening services including:

  • 3D digital screening mammography
  • Digital diagnostic mammography
  • Stereotactic biopsies
  • Ultrasound-guided biopsies
  • Bone density screenings

Why 3D Mammography?

3D Mammography, also known as Tomosynthesis, is ideal for women receiving a baseline screening, those with dense breast tissue and/or women with a personal history of breast cancer because it gives radiologists a more detailed view of the breast tissue, helping to find smaller cancers earlier. The advanced technology also decreases the number of false positives. No one wants to go back for a second mammogram, which may not be covered by insurance.

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