About Contrast-Enhanced Mammography

Contrast-enhanced mammography (CEM) is a new type of mammogram that finds cancers using a contrast dye.

Contrast-Enhanced MammographyContrast-enhanced mammography can be used to help find breast cancers for women at increased risk of breast cancer, understand abnormalities seen on a screening mammogram, evaluate breast symptoms, such as a breast lump or breast pain, and determine the extent of cancer in patients with known cancer.

To learn more about CEM, view the video and the the frequently asked questions below.