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Breast Health 

Total Breast Care

Baylor's breast imaging centers in hospitals and facilities around the Metroplex provide screening and diagnostic services along with consultation, education and treatment options.

Our imaging centers use advanced technology to assist physicians on the medical staff at Baylor in providing quality care.

  • Breast ultrasound
  • Cyst aspiration
  • Ductogram
  • Free breast cancer risk assessment
  • Image-guided breast biopsy
  • Lesion localization
  • Mammography (screening and diagnostic)
  • Full-Field Digital Mammography
  • Needle Localization
  • Women age 18+ should perform a monthly self breast exam.
  • Women age 20-40 should get a clinical breast exam every three years.
  • Women age 40+ get a clinical breast exam each year and a mammogram each year.
What to Do When Your Mammogram Results are Abnormal

Although the word is frightening, abnormal results from a mammogram are more common than you may think. An abnormal report doesn't mean you have breast cancer, but it doesn't mean that you don't have breast cancer, either. It means that you should meet with a physician to decide if you need extra tests.