The Breast Center - Services

The Breast Center - Services

Available at The Breast Center at Sunrise is a combination of the newest technologies with the latest procedures to accurately detect and diagnose breast problems at the earliest possible moment.

  • Screening Digital Mammography with computer aided detection
  • Diagnostic Digital Mammography with computer aided detection
  • Breast Ultrasound
  • Breast MRI with computer aided detection
  • Minimally lnvasive Breast Biopsies with Stereotactic, Ultrasound or MRI guidance
  • Cyst Aspirations
  • Fine Needle Aspirations
  • Needle Localizations
  • PET/CT Fusion Scans
  • Bone Densitometry Screening

A Unique Approach
Unique to The Breast Center's program is our coordinated multidisciplinary approach to breast cancer and your involvement in your treatment options.

We give you a breast-specialty trained, registered nurse - our breast health navigator - to act as a liaison between you and your treatment team. She will provide educational information specific to your unique circumstances and introduce you to complimentary therapies that facilitate your physical and spiritual healing. Should you have breast cancer, your entire team of breast health physicians, nurses, navigator, geneticists and technologists will discuss your treatment options to develop a unique program that meets your individual needs.

Breast Cancer prevention is a high priority at The Breast Center at Sunrise. Genetic counseling is available for women at high risk for breast cancer due to family history, previous worrisome biopsy findings, and genetic predisposition or lifestyle risk factors.

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