Breast cancer remains a big threat to women across the world. Everyday, researchers look for ways to better the detection and treatment methods of breast cancer. One new screening method being proposed is risk-based breast cancer screenings.
Capturing images in 3D doesn’t necessarily improve the way we “see” radiology images — typically, it just costs more to get tested. That’s why at Rosetta Radiology we recommend utilizing a combination of 2D tomosynthesis (also referred to as “tomo” or 2D mammography) and ultrasound technology over standard 3D tomographies.