General tests for Brest Cancer

Breast ultrasonography, breast mammography, breast biopsy, and breast magnetic resonance imaging are some examples of diagnostic procedures. Mammography is an X-ray of the breast (MRI). These diagnostic tests provide further details regarding breast cancer, such as if it has spread outside the breast, and they confirm the existence or absence of breast cancer. After a diagnosis of breast cancer, numerous tests are performed to evaluate how effectively the treatments are working. After a diagnosis, these tests are also performed to look for any recurrence symptoms. Mammography, medical history, and physical examination are some of these examinations. A patient should see a doctor every three to six months for the first three years following treatment.

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