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Breast Imaging Center

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(307) 755-4640

Monday – Friday except holidays

8:00am – 3:00pm later appointments available by request

New tech­nolo­gies at IMH, such as the new Holog­ic 2D/3D mam­mog­ra­phy machine, make it pos­si­ble for our breast can­cer experts to iden­ti­fy 41% more inva­sive can­cers of to 15 months ear­li­er than a tra­di­tion­al mam­mo­gram machine alone. 

The 3D mam­mog­ra­phy machine allows the radi­ol­o­gist to exam­ine breast tis­sue lay­er by lay­er and reduces the need for unnec­es­sary call­back by 40%. 

The new­ly remod­eled pri­vate suite was designed with our patients in mind. Each wait­ing and dress­ing area pro­vide the patient with more pri­va­cy, dis­cre­tion, and comfort. 

our services

  • 3D Screen­ing Mammogram
  • 3D Diag­nos­tic Mammogram
  • Diag­nos­tic Ultrasound
  • Breast MRI
  • Stereo­tac­tic Core Breast Biopsy 
  • Lumpec­to­my Imag­ing Guidance
  • Ultra­sound Guid­ed Cyst Aspiration
  • Ultra­sound Guid­ed Breast Core Biopsy
  • Sen­tinel Lymph Node Imag­ing Guidance

screen­ing mam­mo­gram exams

Symp­toms: None

Part of rou­tine annu­al exam. Usu­al­ly con­sists of four views. Addi­tion­al views may be required to visu­al­ize breast tis­sue more effec­tive­ly. Eval­u­a­tion of aug­ment­ed breasts includes the above, as well as implant dis­placed views. 

Cost: Bill­able to your insur­ance. Usu­al­ly cov­ered as a well­ness exam. 

Screen­ing mam­mog­ra­phy is per­formed annu­al­ly on asymp­to­matic (no symp­toms) women age 40 and old­er who are at aver­age risk for breast cancer. 

Women with known BRCA muta­tion or with increased breast can­cer risk: year­ly start­ing by age 30, but not before age 25

Breast can­cer patients with a pre­vi­ous diag­no­sis who have already had a bilat­er­al breast 6 month fol­low-up and the sur­gi­cal mar­gins are clean. 

Screen­ing mam­mo­grams should be con­sid­ered as long as you are in good health and are will­ing to under­go addi­tion­al test­ing, includ­ing biop­sy, if an abnor­mal­i­ty is detected. 

diag­nos­tic mam­mo­gram exams

Symp­toms: skin changes, pain, dis­charge, lumps recent abnor­mal mam­mo­gram, recent breast can­cer diagnosis. 

This screen­ing requires more images to obtain com­plete image of the breast, it requires more time than a screen­ing mam­mo­gram. The tech­nol­o­gist may mag­ni­fy a sus­pi­cious area to pro­duce a detailed image that can help the Radi­ol­o­gist make an accu­rate diag­no­sis. Diag­nos­tic mam­mog­ra­phy is per­formed under the imme­di­ate super­vi­sion of the inter­pret­ing Radiologist. 

Cost: Bill­able to your insur­ance. Usu­al­ly NOT cov­ered as a well­ness exam. 

A find­ing detect­ed on screen­ing mam­mog­ra­phy that requires fur­ther imag­ing evaluation. 

A short-inter­val fol­low-up for ear­li­er prob­a­bly benign radi­ograph­ic findings. 

Asymp­to­matic (no symp­toms) breast can­cer patients pre­vi­ous­ly treat­ed may under­go screen­ing or diag­nos­tic mam­mog­ra­phy at the dis­cre­tion of the facility.