Mammograms can help to save lives through early detection of breast cancer. People who do not have any signs and symptoms of breast cancer may also have mammography, which is known as primary mammography. At mammography screening, two or more x-ray images of each breast are taken.Microcalcification can be identified by screening mammography which indicates the presence of Breast Cancer. Diagnostic mammogram may be used after mammogram screening to investigate symptoms in details that are detected in mammogram screening. There are also concerns related to mammography due to false-positive results, over-diagnosis and over-treatment, false-negative results, radiation exposure, etc. Screening for mammogram and diagnostic mammogram.


  • Benefits and harmful effects of mammography
  • Controversies related to mammography
  • What are the reasons and who should go for it?
  • Procedure of mammography
  • Blood test

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