Diagnostic Imaging

Mammograms and Breast Imaging Services in Houston and East Texas

One in eight women will have breast cancer during her lifetime. Monthly breast self-exams and regular screenings are key components of early detection.

Throughout the St. Luke’s Health network, our specially trained teams use the latest in breast imaging technology to provide screening and diagnostic services in a comfortable and caring environment. Most patients receive same-day results for screening mammograms as well as immediate follow-up testing when needed.

Our skilled physicians and techs use the most sophisticated technology for:

  • Screening and diagnostic digital mammography
  • 3D mammography
  • Breast ultrasound
  • Breast MRI with biopsy capabilities
  • Stereotactic and ultrasound-guided core biopsy

 

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Experts by Your Side Every Step of the Way

Certified by the American Board of Radiology, our breast radiologists are committed to accurate diagnosis and the highest standard of patient safety and care. All of our breast imaging technologists are certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and credentialed by the State of Texas.

Additionally, our partnership with Baylor College of Medicine offers patients access to one of the largest clinical genetics programs in the nation, which gives us the ability to identify and treat those with a predisposed risk of breast cancer.

As home to the Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center, one of only three NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in Texas, we’re transforming our vision of a cancer-free life into reality through focused research and the rapid translation of new discoveries into improved patient care throughout our health system.

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