A breast MRI can provide you with necessary information about your breast cancer, helping you in your battle to reclaim your health. We’re here to help you get answers, find peace of mind, and know what the path forward looks like for your best health.
Our Approach to Breast MRI
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the breast is a test used to detect breast cancer and other abnormalities in the breast. A breast MRI captures multiple images of your breast. These images are then combined to create a detailed picture.
A breast MRI is often recommended after you have a biopsy performed that tests positive for cancer. The breast MRI can give your doctor more information about the extent of the disease, which can affect your treatment plan moving forward.
If a breast MRI is what’s best for you, you can have confidence that we will treat you with compassion and understanding. We know it can be scary, and we’re committed to helping you have as much peace of mind as possible when it comes to your care and what tomorrow may bring.
Why Was a Breast MRI Recommended?
Your doctor might recommend a breast MRI if