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Tomosynthesis or “3D” mammography is used to look for breast cancer in women who show no signs or symptoms of breast cancer. 3D mammography enables us to see breast tissue details more clearly and may uncover breast cancer that would otherwise be hidden by overlying breast tissue.

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A bone density scan measures how much calcium and other types of minerals are in an area of your bone. This helps us detect osteoporosis and predict your risk for bone fractures.

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A breast ultrasound uses sound waves to produce detailed images of breast lumps and irregular formations. This helps us diagnose breast cancer and other breast conditions.

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Specialised procedures

An ultrasound Core Biopsy is a minimally invasive procedure that enables us to obtain tissue cores of masses for pathologic evaluation.

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A stereotactic mammography helps us pinpoint the exact location of a breast abnormality by using a computer analysis of x-rays taken from two different angles.

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A breast MRI uses magnetic fields to create an image of the breast. This assists us in detecting breast cancer or abnormalities in the breast.

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V/Marker placement involves the placement of tiny titanium or stainless-steel markers during a breast biopsy procedure. This enables us to identify the area where breast tissue was removed.

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With the use of Magseed, surgeons are better able to locate the areas that needs to be removed. The Magseed is so small that you will not even notice it in your breast.

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A vacuum assisted biopsy is a minimally invasive procedure that is required when an abnormality in the breast shows up which is exceedingly small.

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