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Breast MRI

Breast Care

A breast MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scan uses powerful magnets and radio waves to create detailed pictures of the breast and surrounding tissue. It does not use radiation (X-rays).

A breast MRI may be done in conjunction with mammography or ultrasound to help doctors further evaluate an abnormal finding.

Breast MRI is often used for women who are high risk of developing breast cancer or have dense breast tissue.

Saint Luke’s offers breast MRI at: