Friday, 30 December 2016

Significance of Women’s Breast Imaging

Today, worldwide doctors recommend breast imaging as it is the best way to prevent cancer. In fact, it uncovers various hidden elements regarding dense breast. It often refers to the multiple diagnostic procedures that are performed by specialists for the prevention,

Thursday, 24 November 2016

About Breast Disease

For all intents and purposes, bosom disease is malignancy that creates from bosom tissue or anomalous working of bosom tissue. On the off chance that you have any uncertainty, then you should counsel your specialist and clarify everything in detail.

Thursday, 17 November 2016

Meditation for Breast Tumor

In this bustling life, which is brimming with strain, weakness, contamination, and weight, it gets to be distinctly difficult to strike the correct harmony amongst individual and expert life. Actually, because of specific reasons individuals create ceaseless and irreversible sicknesses, which get to be life debilitating extra minutes

Thursday, 10 November 2016

Progressive Techniques for Distinguishing the Indications of Breast Malignancy

Breast tumor is savage malignancy that creates from breast tissue. It frequently stays covered up and catches ladies. Its signs may incorporate a little protuberance in the breast to change of breast skin shading. In a few patients it grows gradually, while in others, it develops quickly and may harm different parts of the body too.

Wednesday, 2 November 2016

How to Cure Breast Cancer

Breast growth is the most widely recognized sort of disease and influence ladies at some point amid their life. Nonetheless, you will be astonished to realize that its treatment is extremely successful and most ladies who create it can be cured. Present day Centers can give the dependable and far reaching finding and treatment of breast tumor.

Friday, 28 October 2016

The Use of Tomosynthesis in the Detection of Breast Cancer

A diagnostic mammogram is essentially a low dose X-ray of the breast which has been used for screening since the 1980s.

How does mammography work?

For a short time the breast is compressed into two different positions and then X rays of the breast are taken. This examination takes about 10 minutes and sometimes a radiologist may require additional images in order to include all the breast tissue completely. Due to the compression the amount of radiation required to penetrate the tissue is reduced and the breast tissue is spread out which enhances the quality of images. Due to compression the motion is also reduced which prevents the image from getting blurred and also prevents important findings to be missed. In a mammogram you can see cancers as masses, areas if tissue asymmetry, calcifications and/or areas of distortion. However, skill is required to study mammograms because many noncancerous conditions also produce masses and calcifications and normal tissues can also appear as areas of asymmetry. At the same time, a mammography is unable to differentiate between normal and cancerous tissues in cases of dense breast tissue.

Mammography is of two types – 2D mammography and 3D mammography. 2D mammography is also known as Full Field Digital Mammogram or analog mammogram.

3D mammogram is also known as tomosynthesis or tomo. In this method a dedicated electronic detector system is used to obtain multiple projection images which are then synthesized with the help of the computer to create thin slices of the breast.

In this method specially equipped digital mammography machines are used to acquire images at multiple angles. Here again the breast is compressed to get better quality of images and reduce the amount of radiation required. The benefit of this method is that when combined with standard digital mammography, tomo is able to reveal 1 to 2 additional cancers per thousand women in the first round of screening.

Why Do You Need Breast Ultrasound and Breast MRI?

Cancer is an ailment that can strike fear even in the strongest heart. Breast cancer especially has severe connotations for women because it can hamper their very femininity. Often the entire breast has to be removed surgically in order to get rid of the cancer which is then followed by intense treatments like chemotherapy.

Thursday, 15 September 2016

What is Breast Density?

The breast tissues are formed mainly of milk ducts, milk glands, supportive tissue which is dense in nature and fatty tissues that are non dense tissues. Dense Breasts are so since they have more

Monday, 1 August 2016

Molecular Breast imaging and breast specific Gamma Imaging for cancer screening

What are MBI and BSGI?
Breast specific Gamma Radiation and Molecular breast imaging are essentially nuclear medicine techniques for breast imaging. Both of them require a radioactive agent to be injected into the patient intravenously.

Tuesday, 26 July 2016

The Advanced Method for Breast Cancer Detection – 3D Mammography

Tomosynthesis is also referred to as three dimensional mammography or tomo. In this method dedicated electronic detector system is used to obtain multiple images which are then synthesized by a computer and hence create thin slice images of the breast.

Monday, 11 July 2016

What You Need to Know About Breast Mammography and 3D Mammography

With age and due to certain factors the risk of breast cancer increases among women. In order to ascertain the right method of treatment it is necessary to first detect the cancer and for this certain screening tests are required.