Breast Health and Mammography

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Breast cancer screening in Topeka, Kansas

Detecting breast cancer while it’s still in the early stages is one of the best ways to improve your chances of recovery. At The University of Kansas St. Francis, our full-service breast health clinic offers comprehensive services to detect and treat breast cancer. Our top priority is your wellbeing, which is why we provide a wide range of services, including mammograms, breast biopsies and other breast cancer screening services. No matter what type of service you require, we will ensure you receive the compassionate and dependable breast care you deserve.

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Breast Center
Imaging Center

Our breast screening services

Our breast imaging center offers a variety of tests and screens to help our patients detect breast cancer as early as possible. Our breast screening services include:

  • 3D mammography
  • Bone density scans
  • Breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  • Breast ultrasound and ultrasound-guided procedures
  • Designated radiologist
  • Digital diagnostic and screening mammograms
  • Needle localizations
  • R2 image checker, which provides a second opinion on mammograms
  • Stereotactic biopsies

To make your experience more comfortable, we offer mammopad cushions upon request. Additional imaging may be required and performed the same day if needed at your appointment. Breast imaging services, including 3D mammography, are also offered at our Imaging Center location at 601 SW Corporate View Road, Topeka, KS 66615.

3D mammography

Our Breast Center now proudly offers 3D mammography. For decades, doctors have been searching for 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, your 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."