3D Mammography – HSHS 3D Mammography

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3D Mammography

ensuring mom moments

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(618) 607-5600

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(618) 664-1230

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1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime. Early detection is the best way to protect them against breast cancer.

Mammogram Screening Guidelines:

  • Women age 40-44  - After consultation with your health care provider
  • Women age 45 – 54 – Every year starting at age 45
  • Women age 55+ - Every 2 years (or every year if a woman chooses to do so) for as long as a woman is in good health.

Why Choose a 3D Mammogram?

As technology continues to advance, many health care providers are now offering 3D mammography. 

3D mammography is an excellent choice for any woman who needs a breast screening. However, if you are a woman with dense breast tissue, the 3D mammogram is especially beneficial because it provides a clearer picture and allows your doctor to detect cancers at their earliest stage. In addition, 3D mammography helps doctors visualize the cancer size much better than can typically be seen on a regular mammogram and drastically reduces the chances of diagnosing a false positive.

About 3D Mammography

Capturing Mom Moments

I never missed a mammogram, and that’s why I’m enjoying these moments today.  When a cyst grew into a cancer, my doctors at St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital in Effingham quickly diagnosed the cancer and provided me with treatment options.  Because of early detection and dedicated doctors, I beat cancer! 

My first mammogram changed my life. At 40 years young, I calmly went in for my first mammogram at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. Eight years later, I am a stage 3 breast cancer survivor, thanks to early detection. Because of my mammogram, I got to have an amazing moment with my son at his high school graduation.

We look forward to talking with you.