Breast Health

Imaging Provides a Detailed View of Breast Health

Our Breast Centers have advanced breast imaging technology; add our expertise, and you get higher-quality breast care.

Mammogram Breast Health

Ascension Breast Care is now in three convenient locations. Your mammogram images are clearer than ever before, leading to more timely, accurate results. We have digital mammography, 3D (tomosynthesis) mammography, and all breast ultrasound. Our medical imaging network enables your doctor and others on the cancer care team to review your results in real-time. Our care team knows you are anxious about these tests. We provide compassionate, personalized attention, so that you have the information you need to make an informed decision

St. Elizabeth Breast Center, Suite 123, has “Walk-In Wednesdays from 8 am – 2 pm for a screening digital mammogram, no appointment needed.

If your doctor is referring you for a breast imaging test to better understand a specific health concern, please make an appointment at any of our locations, call 920-831-1200.

Women ages 45-54 at average risk should have an annual mammogram, but always talk to your doctor about your risk factors.  Having a first-degree relative with breast cancer increases your risk, as does menopausal hormone therapy, obesity, long-term smoking, and daily alcohol consumption.

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Our Breast Care Centers are central to our women’s health services. We have doctors and nurse navigators ready to address your questions and concerns. The mammography and ultrasound imaging technicians take great care to make you as comfortable as possible.

If you feel a lump, always seek medical attention. Most masses detected on a mammogram turn out to be benign (not cancerous). There are 21 different subtypes of breast cancer from in situ (non-invasive) to invasive varieties. Successful treatment is much more likely when breast cancer is detected early.

If breast calcifications, atypical ductal hyperplasia or fibroadenoma is detected, especially in women with dense breast tissue, having advanced breast imaging using 3D mammography or breast ultrasound may be recommended. These tests provide a clearer, more detailed image for interpretation.

Ascension breast centers and the cancer care team has additional diagnostic tests including genetic tests for BRAC1, BRAC2 and molecular hormone subtypes HR+/- or HER2 +/-.

Learn more about our total breast cancer services. 


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