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Molecular breast imaging

Learn about this breast cancer screening test that's sometimes used in addition to mammograms, especially for those with dense breast tissue.


Breast cancer staging

Breast cancer staging helps your doctor select the most appropriate treatments.


Dense breast tissue: What it means to have dense breasts

Find out what it means if your mammogram report says you have dense breast tissue. Learn about additional breast cancer screening tests to consider.


Breast biopsy

Learn about this test that's used to diagnose breast cancer, including why it's done, risks and what to expect.


Conflicting mammogram results: What can I do?

Abnormal mammogram results don't necessarily mean you have breast cancer.


Male hypogonadism

This condition affects the ability of men's bodies to produce enough testosterone or enough sperm or both.


Video: Mammogram for breast cancer — What to expect

Watch video to see what it's like to have a mammogram, or breast cancer detection exam.


Breast implants: Do they interfere with mammograms?

Breast implants can interfere with your mammogram. Learn what you can do to make breast cancer screening more successful.


Uterine polyps

Uterine polyps are tissue growths inside the uterus that can cause abnormal uterine bleeding or infertility. Learn about uterine polyp tests and treatment.


Breast cancer types: What your type means

Doctors use specialized tests to analyze your cancer cells and gather information to determine your breast cancer type.


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