woman at her appointment for a women's imaging service

5 Essential Women’s Imaging Services

Women’s imaging services exist to help women own their health. From screening services to interventional procedures, these five services help you stay healthy and take control of your health.

  1. A Mammogram: Possibly the Best-Known Women’s Imaging Service

When we think of women’s imaging, we most often think of mammograms.

doctor analyzing the results of a 3d mammogram

3D Mammogram – A New Tool in the Battle Against Breast Cancer

When it comes to mammograms, there’s a new technology in town and it shows great promise in early breast cancer detection.  3D mammograms are becoming a wide-spread tool in combating breast cancer.  Approved in 2011 by the FDA, 3D mammograms’ radiation exposure is only slightly higher than the regular 2D mammogram, and takes about the same amount of time.

Making Breast Cancer Awareness Month Practical

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and every year this month serves as a way to increase awareness about breast cancer, raise money for research, and educate women on early detection. In  October, women everywhere, and the families of those suffering from breast cancer will wear pink, walk, fund raise, and participate in a variety of events designed to support those fighting the illness.

Hold a Mammo & ManiCURE Party for Your Group

You can encourage greater health among friends and co-workers by having some fun while you encourage women to receive their annual mammogram.  The Imaging Center for Women, a facility uniquely designed with women in mind, offers free party style Mammo and ManiCure events in which a mini-manicure and refreshments are provided at no cost.

3 D mammogram explained

The Doctor said, “You need to get a mammogram.”

A Patient’s Perspective

Hearing your doctor tell you that you need a mammogram because of a concern, is not the kind of news that anyone enjoys. For most women it causes some anxiety. Even if the lump is very small, and you tell yourself it probably isn’t anything, the first priority is to make an appointment as soon as possible.

Breast Cancer Awareness - Some Things are Worth It

Some Things Are Worth It – A Mammogram is One of Them

We often forget the most important part of breast cancer awareness—booking your own mammogram to ensure your health and peace of mind.

Who is most at risk for breast cancer?

Breast cancer is predominantly detected in women over the age of 40. Women with a family history of breast cancer have an increased,

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