Ask Sofia: What is a 3-D Mammogram and Do I Need One?
3-D mammography, also known as tomosynthesis or tomo, takes images of the breasts from multiple angles, which are then used to recreate a 3-D picture of the breast; this option may increase detection of cancer and decrease the possibility of a false positive. It may also be more useful for women with dense breast tissue. While the 3-D test takes a few seconds longer than 2-D mammography, it uses less radiation and most women do not notice a difference between the two options.Read more
The latest on mammograms
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to a close, we want to encourage you to make breast health a priority all year long. Early detection is key in fighting breast cancer, which is why we asked Dr. Deb Krahl to weigh in on some of patients’ most common questions when it comes to their breasts.Read more