Digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) is commonly known as 3D mammography, the latest technology in women’s health. It enables the technologist to take three-dimensional images of the breast, which allows the radiologist to evaluate breast tissue layer by layer, and more easily dismiss a false positive that might otherwise be seen on a traditional mammogram.
Fisher-Titus now offers 3D digital mammography. To learn more about what makes this innovative method different from the traditional mammogram and get more mammography exam questions answered, download our guide, The Benefits of 3D Mammography. Get your peace of mind today!