3D Mammography is changing the way breast cancer is detected. Instead of getting just two images of the woman’s breast, this new method captures multiple angles of breast tissue for a clearer picture. 3D mammography reduces some of the harms of regular mammography by reducing recall rates significantly. Here you’ll learn about:
- Breast cancer risks
- Possible symptoms that could indicate breast cancer
- Information about 3D mammography
- When to start getting mammograms
For more information about 3D Mammography or Magee-Womens Imaging, call 412-641-4700 or request an appointment online.
Breast Cancer: Am I At Risk?
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. There are more than 200,000 cases diagnosed in the U.S. each year. Knowing what to look for and whether you are at a higher risk can help put preventative measures in place or catch it early.Learn More
Breast Cancer Symptoms You Can’t Feel
Significant strides have been made towards raising breast cancer awareness and encouraging regular self-exams. Unfortunately during the early stages of breast cancer symptoms can be quite subtle. Knowing what to look for besides lumps can help lead to earlier detection and more successful treatment of the disease.Learn More
Breast Self-Awareness: What Women Should Know
Statistics have shown that one in eight women in the United States can expect to be diagnosed with breast cancer. Even if you are not at a high risk, it is still important to get regular checkups. While there is no sure way to prevent it, there are some things women can do to help reduce their risk and increase the odds of it being detected at an early, more treatable stage.Learn More
What Is 3D Mammography?
Mammography is an x-ray of your breasts that is used to screen for breast cancer. 3D mammography is a relatively new tool that allows for a clearer picture of the breast tissue, from many angles. This new way is promising and may allow doctors to more accurately diagnose dangerous, invasive cancers.Learn More
At What Age Should I Get My First Mammogram?
It’s not a secret that regular self-exams and screenings are important for early detection of breast cancer. But how soon should you start getting mammograms? We’ve asked our experts to weigh in on this, and also break down the different types of screenings offered.Learn More