Women's Imaging

 

Rockwall Women's Imaging & Breast Center offers a unique environment combining highly specialized, diagnostic care in a comfortable, calm and peaceful setting.
Further enhancing the center are our experienced and compassionate caregivers, who take great pride in providing quality care and personal attention to each patient. Their passion for breast health and early detection of breast cancer is evident in the care they provide patients.

To schedule your mammography today,

call 469-698-1100

(select option 2 and then option 3)

We offer the following services:

2D and 3D Digital Mammography

Rockwall Women’s Imaging & Breast Center utilizes 2D and 3D digital mammography technology on all screening and diagnostic mammography exams.

FAQ:
What's the difference between a screening mammogram and a diagnostic mammogram?


A screening mammogram is performed for a patient reporting no symptoms. This mammogram may be ordered as a result of standard guidelines or family history.

A diagnostic mammogram is performed when a concern is reported. Concerns may include a lump, discharge, pain or other complaint. A diagnostic mammogram may be performed when a patient presents for a regularly planned screening mammogram and reports a concern.

3D Total Breast Ultrasound

The 3D Total Breast Ultrasound is quick, painless, radiation-free imaging technology that provides a complete view of your breast anatomy and capturing any smaller breast cancers that could be overlooked by standard mammogram. It does not replace standard mammography; but for some patients, especially those with dense breast tissue or a history of breast cancer, or it may be considered an important tool for complete breast health. This procedure is ordered by a physician when medically necessary.

Breast MRI

A breast MRI uses dedicated breast imaging coils and has a higher sensitivity, thereby making it more likely to locate smaller tumors. Breast MRI offers the ability to perform on the spot biopsies for suspected cancerous spots. This reduces the period of waiting and angst that often accompanies news that further diagnostic investigation is needed.

Stereotactic Biopsy

Stereotactic, or image-guided mammography, pinpoints the exact location of a breast mass by using a computer and X-rays taken from two different angles. This type of biopsy is less invasive, less painful and just as accurate as surgical biopsy.

Diagnostic Ultrasound

Diagnostic Ultrasound is a medical imaging technique that uses inaudible sound waves to visualize organs and tissues of the body. The scans are performed by a sonographer. Besides enabling diagnosis, the radiologist can perform procedures such as biopsies with the guidance of ultrasound.

Bone Density

Bone density scanning, also called DEXA scan, is used to measure bone loss. DEXA is today’s established standard for measuring bone mineral density. In this safe, painless, 10-minute scan, minimal radiation is used to determine the bone density of the spine or hip. All of our DEXA diagnostic technologists are highly skilled professionals certified in the field of radiology.

 

3136 Horizon Road #150
Rockwall, TX 75032

Scheduling: 469-698-1100, Option 2, #3

 

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