Breast Screening

Vital for the early detection of breast cancer.  There are several different types of breast screening tests, such as a clinical breast examination, breast mammogram, breast ultrasound and MRI.

The purpose of breast cancer screening is to find breast cancer early, before any symptoms can develop.


Clinical Breast Examination

A clinical breast examination is a physical examination of the breast performed by a health care professional during breast screening.

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Mammogram Screening

Mammography is the process of using low-dose amplitude X-rays to screen the breast.

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Breast Biopsy

A breast biopsy is when a small sample of breast tissue is removed from the breast and sent to a lab for breast cancer screening.

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Breast Cancer Pathology Report

A breast cancer pathology report is a medical document written by a pathologist. The pathology report specifies a breast cancer diagnosis.

 More information about Breast Cancer Pathology Report


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