Breast Ultrasound is a commonly utilized imaging technique which performs screening of the tumors present in the breast. Results of breast ultrasound shows lumps or calcifications in the breast tissues if any present.
A breast ultrasound is a common imaging technique which is performed to screen for tumors and anomalies found inside breast.
Ultrasound falls under safe diagnostic procedures as it doesn’t use radiations as in the case of X-rays and CT scans making it suitable for pregnant as well as breastfeeding mothers. A breast ultrasound is suggested to find out about a lump in breast. It helps in differentiating between a fluid-filled cyst and a tumor along with finding about its location and size.
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