A mammogram that is an initial screening test to detect any potential breast cancer problems. The American Cancer Society recommends a baseline screening mammogram between the ages of 35 and 40; bi-annual screening mammograms between 40 and 50, and annual screening mammograms over the age of 50.
a baseline mammogram that gives your physician an idea of your current breast health
a breast X-ray doctors use to look for breast changes in women with no symptoms of breast cancer
a breast X-ray which can detect breast cancer before it can be felt
a low dose X-ray of the breast used to detect breast changes in patients who have no symptoms
a low dose xray of your breast that is used to identify early signs of breast cancer and changes in the breast tissue
an examination using low dose X-rays to evaluate the breast for potential abnormalities and provides a general overview of the breasts
an x-ray examination of the breast in a woman who has no breast complaints (asymptomatic)
an x-ray exam of the breast in a woman who has no symptoms
an x-ray of the breast of a woman who is asymptomatic, or has no breast symptoms or problems
an x-ray of the breast that is used to find cancer in women who have no signs of the disease
a preventive service for women with no signs or symptoms of breast cancer
a quick and easy way to detect breast cancer early
a quick, easy way to detect breast cancer early, when treatment is more effective and survival is high
a quick, safe and easy way to find problems in a woman's breast
a radiological procedure provided to a woman who shows no signs or symptoms of breast disease for the purpose of early detection of breast cancer
a "routine screening exam" performed on women with no specific breast complaints
a routine x-ray of the breast for women with no apparent symptoms of breast cancer
a routine X-ray test to find breast cancer
a safe, low-dose X-ray picture of your breasts
a special kind of breast x-ray that can
a special x-ray exam that examines both
a special x-ray that examines both breasts and is provided to women who have no signs of confirmed breast disease
A mammogram that is performed for the purpose of detecting breast cancer, when there are no symptoms to suggest that a person has breast cancer.
an x-ray of the breast used to detect breast changes in women who have no signs of breast cancer.
Periodic testing using mammography to detect breast conditions that cannot be felt manually.
Breast x-ray used to look for signs of disease such as cancer in people who are symptom-free.
X-rays of the breasts taken to check for breast cancer in the absence of signs or symptoms.
A mammogram (an X-ray of the breast) in women who have no signs of breast cancer . It usually involves two X-rays of each breast. The aim of a screening mammogram is to detect a tumor that cannot be felt. See the entire definition of Screening mammogram