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Mammograms to Prevent Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer for women. It is suggested for women to have routine screenings and mammograms to test for breast cancer. If it is diagnosed soon, it is more likely the patient will survive. There usually is little to no pain involved with the early stages of breast cancer. Women can detect early signs of cancer by noticing anything abnormal. If you notice any changes in the breasts or itchiness tell a medical professional right away. A lump on the breast can be a result of a tumor, but it can also be benign. A cysts and fibroids are generally benign as well, but they can determine that with an ultrasound. It is recommended that women aged 20-39 have a clinical exam every 3 years. Women over 40 should have one every year. The 2 kinds of mammograms that exist are screening and diagnostic. Screening allows doctors to catch early signs of cancer to prevent. The diagnostic test allows the doctor to learn more about breast masses or lumps that were discovered. Tiny deposits of calcium may calcify the breasts and this can be found with the mammogram. DCIS and BRCA1 can also be found during mammogram exams. A biopsy may be the next step. A biopsy allows doctors to examine tissue from the breast. A mastectomy is a common treatment for breast cancer. Though quite painful, mastectomy can also be done to prevent breast cancer in patients that are considered high risk. Digital image mammograms are the most recent advancement.
 
 
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Ssm Breast Care
Saint Louis, MO 63138
(314) 776-3627
Specialists In Mammography
1034 S Brentwood Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63117
(314) 721-0224
Imaging Center of Alton
3 Professional Dr, Alton, IL 62002
(618) 465-4674
Alton Multispecialists
1 Professional Dr Ste 230, Alton, IL 62002
(618) 463-8500
Imaging Center of Alton
3 Professional Dr, Alton, IL 62002
(618) 433-9240
Belleville Imaging
15 Park Pl, Belleville, IL 62226
(618) 233-9729
Imaging Center At Wolf Creek LLC
12 Wolf Creek Dr, Belleville, IL 62226
(618) 277-7912
Jefferson Regional Women's Health Center
1500 Calvary Church Rd, Festus, MO 63028
(636) 933-5757
Perry County Memorial Hospital
434 N West St, Perryville, MO 63775
(573) 547-2536
Koke Mill Medical Associates
3132 Old Jacksonville Rd Ste 200, Springfield, IL 62704
(217) 788-3000
Baylis Medical Building
747 N Rutledge St, Springfield, IL 62702
(217) 788-3000
Iron County Hospital Mammography Services
Pilot Knob, MO 63663
(573) 546-8031
Breast Center
1237 E Main St Ste B101, Carbondale, IL 62901
(618) 457-2281
Herrin Hospital
201 S 14th St, Herrin, IL 62948
(618) 942-2171


If you are a woman over the age of 40, you will need to have a mammogram taken on your breasts to detect for any lumps that could possibly be cancerous and lead to cancer. Before visiting the doctor, you should be able to conduct a breast self exam to detect for any lumps early on. If you find you have one or have a family history of breast cancer, you will need to schedule an appointment with a doctor at their office for a mammogram. Early detection is the best way to prevent any possible cancer from spreading and receiving an x-ray image of the breasts can find any shadows, inflammatory breast tissue, calcification, precancerous lumps, and any signs of cancer. You and your physician will go over the results together after the x-rays have been performed and will discuss procedures of treatment if any cancerous signs have been found.
 
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