3D Mammography provides 3D Mammograms through a procedure called Tomeosynthesis.
In about the same time a 2D mammogram lasts, 3D captures multiple image slices of the breast at different angles. These images then create a crystal-clear 3D reconstruction of the breast. Our professionals are then able to review the digital reconstruction one thin layer at a time, like turning pages in a book. It makes it easier for doctors to see if there are any areas to be concerned about.
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