What is Mammography?
Mammography is a type of imaging used specifically for examining breast tissue. During a mammography exam, most commonly known as a mammogram, four or more low radiation X-ray images of the breast are captured, with the breast being positioned and compressed briefly for each image.
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What is Mammography used for?
Mammograms are used as a screening tool to detect and diagnose breast cancer.
What does Mammography equipment look like?
Above you will see a picture of the Mammography machine, which uses a camera to capture images of the breast tissue. We also offer lighted scenery panels in some Mammography rooms.