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Stoughton, WI 53589
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Stoughton Health offers 3D mammography which provides better, earlier breast cancer detection for our patients. Multiple clinical studies have shown that all women regardless of breast type or density, benefit from a 3D exam. Studies have also shown 3D mammography exam results are more accurate than 2D alone and detect 20-65% more invasive breast cancers. A more accurate 3D mammography result also reduces the chances of a patient receiving an unnecessary callback.
How it Works
Women will see little difference between a conventional 2D mammogram and a 3D mammogram. The exam takes about the same amount of time – a 3.7 second scan time – and the positioning is the same. The real difference is in the information available.
Health Talk Podcast
Stoughton Hospital offers 3D mammography which provides better, earlier breast cancer detection for our patients. Studies have shown 3D mammography exam results are more accurate than 2D alone and detect 20-65 percent more invasive breast cancers.
Dr. Emily Norman discusses everything you need to know about 3D breast imaging available at Stoughton Hospital.
Better Detection for Dense Breast Tissue
Dense breast tissue can make it difficult for doctors to detect breast cancer during annual screenings, which is concerning since women with dense breasts are more likely to develop breast cancer.
Infinite Boundaries Retreat Grant Program
Through a generous grant, Stoughton Hospital Foundation is able to cover the cost of registration for women at all stages of breast cancer to participate in Breast Cancer Recovery’s Infinite Boundaries Retreats. Please click here to learn more.
Stoughton Hospital imaging services are accredited by the American College of Radiologists (ACR). We meet the highest level of patient safety standards and image quality. Our facility and its personnel have gone through a comprehensive review to earn accreditation status by the ACR. Among patients and physicians alike, ACR accreditation is recognized as the gold standard in medical imaging.