Breast imaging is the examination of the breast to demonstrate any changes and abnormalities using mammography and/or ultrasound.
A mammogram is an x-ray test of the breast tissue. It can provide information about lumps, calcifications and other abnormalities. It's also available for screening purposes for women without any breast problems.
Breast ultrasound uses sound waves – not radiation – to show breast tissue. A breast ultrasound can show areas of the breast, including the areas closest to the chest wall that are difficult to see in a mammogram.
Divisional Head – Dr. Rachel Fleming
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