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Subject: Breast Imaging

Healthy Lifestyle and Breast Cancer
Wake Radiology UNC REX Healthcare shares information about a healthy lifestyle and breast cancer. Learn from Dr. Holley, one of our Breast Imaging Radiologists.

What does it mean to get called back?
Wake Radiology UNC REX Healthcare shares information about what it means to get a call back from a screening mammogram. Learn from Dr. Holley, one of our Breast Imaging Radiologists.

How Often Do I Need To Get a Mammogram
Wake Radiology UNC REX Healthcare shares information about how often a woman should get a mammogram. Learn from Dr. Holley, one of our Breast Imaging Radiologists.

Breast Imaging
The unique breadth and depth of Wake Radiology’s breast imaging expertise allows us to offer a full spectrum of breast imaging services, from conventional 2D and 3D mammographybreast ultrasound and Breast MRI to three types of image-guided breast biopsy. 

 

Revolutionary 3D Mammography
Wake Radiology’s Dr. Chandler speaks about the revolutionary advancement of 3D Mammography.

3D Advancements
View this 1 minute video to learn from Dr. Danielle Wellman as she explains the advancements of 3D mammography.

Advancements in Radiology
Wake Radiology explains why 3D mammography is a revolutionary breakthrough in breast cancer detection.

Quality Imaging
Wake Radiology’s radiologists and technologists explain how quality images and breakthrough screenings impact your health.

Mammography
2016 promo

Mammography
2016 radio spot

Breast Cancer Awareness
Dr. Danielle Wellman stops by to tell us about the technology making cancer detection easier.

3D Mammography
Learn from our friends at MyCarolina Today how easy you can get your 3D Mammogram.

Danielle Wellman, MD
Explains the difference between 2D and 3D mammograms

WRAL Health News
3D Mammogram
November 2014

Breast MRI:
From the Patient Perspective
G. Glenn Coates, MD
1 hr 6 mins

3D Mammography
Dr. Rose
Hologic
3 minutes

3D Mammography
Patient Video
Hologic
2 minutes

Breast Imaging
Update 2009
Duncan Rougier-Chapman, MD
56 minutes

Breast Imaging
Update 2008
G. Glenn Coates, MD
1 hr 12 minutes

NBC-17 – MammoSite Breast Cancer Procedure Saves Time (2004)

WRAL – BCBS Announces Coverage for Mammosite (2004)

WRAL – BCBS Announces Coverage for Mammosite (2004)

WRAL – Mammosite Breast Cancer Procedure Comes to Triangle (2003)

WRAL-TV5 – MammoSite Breast Cancer Procedure Comes to Triangle (2003)

Wake Radiology Supports New Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines

New breast cancer screening guidelines outlined by the American College of Radiology (ACR) and the Society of Breast Imaging (SBI) call for risk assessments beginning at age 30 for all women and detail specific instructions for African American women who are at an increase risk of mortality from breast cancer. Learn more…


Accreditation: What It Means, Why It Matters

The FDA and the American College of Radiology set image quality standards. Certifications and accreditations from these groups help ensure quality in the images we take and the care we provide. WakeRad UNC REX has continuously met FDA and ACR standards since the 1990s when they become mandatory. Learn more…


What is the role of breast ultrasound?

Breast ultrasound shouldn’t replace your mammogram, but it does provide additional diagnostic information, especially if there’s an area of concern. Learn more about the role of breast ultrasound from Dr. Susan Kennedy, one of our breast imaging radiologists. Learn more…


Mammo-ste to Namaste

Congratulations to Mary Brechbiel, a mammography technologist in our Wake Forest office, who recently wrote an article that was featured in the bi-monthly publication produced by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the ASRT Scanner. Learn more…


Why Risk Matters: Updated Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines

It’s important to understand your risk for breast cancer. The new guidelines announced earlier this year, Dr. Danielle Wellman helps explain when women should have their first mammogram, how often they should be screened, and what do to do if they are considered to have a higher risk for breast cancer. Learn more…


Standard Sequence of Breast Imaging

Your annual screening mammogram is the best “place to start” for detecting breast cancer. What does in mean if you’re called back for additional exams? And, what type of exam will you have? Check out this simple infographic that our breast imaging radiologists created to show the sequence of exams they can use to confirm a breast cancer diagnosis. Learn more…


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