A mammogram is a non-invasive screening procedure that can detect signs of breast cancer early before noticeable symptoms occur (such as a lump or a nipple discharge) – which is when it may be too late for successful treatment. Mammograms are considered the gold standard in breast cancer Read More
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3D Mammogram: What to Expect at Your Appointment
The mammogram has been—and remains to be—the gold standard for breast cancer detection even with the existence of other screening methods, such as breast MRI and ultrasound. This is, in large part, due to the development of 3D mammography, which boasts a 41-percent increase in invasive breast cancer Read More
Mammogram Vs. Breast MRI: What’s the Difference?
Both mammography and breast MRI have played an important role in the prevention and detection of breast cancer-related deaths over the last few decades. However, it is important to note that they are different in many ways, each having its own advantages and limitations. Read on to get a basic Read More