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.

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