MR Mammogram With Contrast
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What is MR Mammogram With Contrast?
Magnetic Resonance based Mammogram is an imaging procedure where radio waves and magnetic field are used to create detailed images of the breasts after administration of contrast materials to detect and diagnose problems associated with it. It is used to directly and visually assess any disorders or identify breast tumors and help guide treatment for it.
Why is MR Mammogram With Contrast done?
- To detect and diagnose any suspected breast tumors (abnormal growth) and to assess its associated risk.
- To detect any structural abnormalities of the breasts
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