CourseBreast Imaging & Biopsy Course

Breast Imaging & Biopsy Course

Our 6 videos (below) will teach you about 3D mammograms, breast MRIs, ultrasounds, density and more. Learn about breast screening and what to know if you are newly diagnosed with breast cancer.

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When To Begin Yearly Mammograms?

We teach you when to begin screening mammography. Guidelines have recently changed and this has created confusion for women and physicians. We recommend beginning annual mammograms at age 40.

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3D Mammograms

We teach you about the advantages of 3D digital mammograms for women with dense breasts and those at a higher lifetime risk of breast cancer.

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Breast Density

We teach you how breast density is a risk factor for developing cancer and share new tools and technologies to better screen women with very dense breasts beyond getting annual mammograms.

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Breast MRI

We teach you about Breast MRIs for newly diagnosed women. We also help you identify if you would benefit from annual screening MRIs in addition to annual mammograms if you are at high risk for breast cancer.

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Minimally Invasive Biopsy

We teach you about image guided, minimally invasive breast biopsies. Make sure to ask your physician to call you with the results and get a copy of your pathology report.

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Axillary Ultrasound

We teach you how a simple ultrasound of your axillary lymph nodes can tell you more about your breast cancer and expand your treatment options.

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