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Logansport Memorial Hospital is the proud recipient of grants from the Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust, which provides funds for uninsured women to receive screening mammograms. We have utilized those funds to provide more than 100 women with the opportunity to receive healthcare that they need. The Logansport Memorial Hospital Foundation has also been a key partner in providing additional funds for these mammograms.
When receiving breast care services at Logansport Memorial Hospital, you will meet with expert clinicians who work with the latest technologies, seeking to find cancer early when it is most treatable. You will have the opportunity to sit down with your physician and discuss your test results. When needed, you will receive referrals to resources and specialists quickly for additional treatment and care.
Mammography is the process of using low-dose X-rays to examine the breast as a diagnostic or screening tool. The goal of mammography is the early detection of breast cancer, typically through detection of characteristic masses or lumps. Mammography is believed to reduce mortality from breast cancer. No other imaging technique has been shown to reduce risk, but breast self-examination (BSE) and physician examination are considered essential parts of regular breast care. Learn more about our breast care services.
Determine your risk of developing breast cancer within the next five years.
Stereotactic breast biopsy is a minimally invasive procedure that takes a tissue sample from a questionable area in the breast using a special type of needle rather than surgery. The biopsy is obtained through a tiny nick in the skin with no need for sutures. Recovery time is minimal. The appearance and location of the lesion will determine whether a stereotactic biopsy is an option.
Breast MRI is considered the most significant advance in decades in breast care. When an initial concern has been located through a traditional mammogram, doctors may use this non-invasive procedure to examine breast tissue with greater clarity. Each exam produces hundreds of images of the breast, cross-sectional in all three directions (side-to-side, top-to-bottom, front-to-back). No radioactivity is involved, and the technique is believed to have no health hazards. MRI of the breast is not a replacement for mammography or ultrasound imaging, but rather a supplemental tool for detecting breast abnormalities and staging breast cancer treatments. Learn more about our MRI services.
Other services in the Breast Center include: