Why Choose Memorial Hermann?
In addition to the latest technological advances and the expertise of board-certified physicians, Memorial Hermann Breast Care Centers offer a premier community breast care network by delivering exceptional patient experiences in the comfort of a spa-like environment.
Women at Memorial Hermann Breast Care Centers enjoy:
- Private changing rooms
- Warmed robes
- Private, ladies-only waiting area with coffee, tea and snacks
- The latest imaging technology including 3D mammograms and digital mammograms
- Care from board-certified breast radiologists
Nine Houston-Area Locations
We provide customized breast care at nine convenient locations.
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The University of Texas MD Anderson Breast Care with Memorial Hermann
MD Anderson subspecialized, fellowship trained breast radiologists interpret images at five Memorial Hermann locations. Read more.
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Comprehensive Care in One Location
When a patient visits one of our centers, she benefits from having access to a team of specialists in oncology, radiology and surgery. From a routine mammogram to a biopsy, a range of breast services is available in one location and typically all in one day.
3D Mammograms and Digital Mammograms
Breast tomosynthesis, known as a 3D mammogram, is an innovative new, FDA-approved digital technology that helps physicians detect smaller tumors sooner -- at the earliest stages of breast cancer.
The 3-D imaging technology of tomosynthesis enables radiologists to see "inside" the breast. This reduces or eliminates problems caused by dense tissue overlapping. Learn more about 3D mammograms.
Our breast care centers also offer digital mammograms for sharper, faster, and more accurate images. It also uses a lower radiation dose and allows physicians the ability to enhance, magnify or optimize images for closer evaluation or interpretation.
Digital mammograms allow for increased contrast and a better view through the dense tissue typical of younger women. It allows us to see calcifications, which are common, but can also be the first detectable sign of cancer.
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