When it comes to breast cancer, early diagnosis improves a woman's chances for complete recovery. That’s why a mammogram is something every woman 40 and over should have every year.
And we make the process easy and convenient, with comfortable facilities and a caring staff of mammography professionals.
The University of Kansas Health System St. Francis Campus Breast Center is a full-service mammography facility approved by the Federal Drug Administration and accredited by the American College of Radiology.
Located on the second floor of the main campus hospital, it has convenient, designated parking at Entrance A that provides quick access to the lobby and the Breast Center's designated elevator.
The Breast Center now offers 3D Mammography. For decades doctors have been searching for a technology to help them find very small cancers or rule out “false positives” and reduce the number of women who are called back for a diagnostic mammogram.
With 3D Mammography, the radiologist can see breast tissue detail in a way never before possible. Instead of viewing all the complexities of your breast tissue in a flat image, the doctor can examine the tissue a millimeter at a time. Fine details are more clearly visible, no longer hidden by the tissue above and below.
3D Mammography may be used in conjunction with traditional digital mammography as part of your annual screening mammogram to capture more breast images. The combination has been proven to reduce “call-backs.”*
The University of Kansas Health System St. Francis Campus Breast Center
1700 SW 7th St, Topeka, KS 66606 | 785-295-8855
Digital breast imaging services also offered at The University of Kansas Health System St. Francis Campus Imaging Center, located at 601 SW Corporate View Rd, Topeka, KS 66615. Call 785-295-8013 for an appointment at this location.
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*Data on file at Hologic; The Hologic Selenia Dimensions clinical studies presented to the FDA as part of Hologic’s PMA submission that compared Hologic’s Selenia Dimensions combo-mode to Hologic 2D FFDM