Breast Imaging

Breast imaging radiologists are highly skilled in the diagnosis of all aspects of breast disease.

Breast imaging radiologists are highly skilled in the diagnosis of breast disease. These radiologists have completed additional fellowship training in women’s imaging or a specific modality (such as mammography or ultrasound) after their radiology residency at some of the most prestigious institutions in the country.

Through screening mammography, these radiologists are intent on identifying breast cancer in its earliest stages. Breast imagers further investigate suspicious tissue with additional mammogram studies, 3D mammography, ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). When appropriate, they perform a variety of image-guided breast biopsy procedures to complete the evaluation of suspicious breast tissue with a focus on patient comfort and safety, usually eliminating the need for surgery.

Breast imaging radiologists work closely with their surgery, oncology, and pathology colleagues to provide cohesive patient care. A regular weekly case conference with these colleagues is used to collaborate and keep attendees current in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.

RIA Radiologists with this Specialty

Lora D. Barke, D.O.
Brett Bartz, M.D.
Christine Bliven, M.D.
Marjan S. Bolouri, M.D.
Janice Brenneman, M.D.
Alan Chiang, M.D.
Mark Dennis, M.D.
Louie Enriquez, M.D.
Jennifer Hankinson, M.D.
Luke Hoagland, M.D.
Lillian Kim Ivansco, M.D.
Kevin Lampert, M.D.
Michael W. Lin, M.D.
Richard Obregon, M.D.
Stanley Smazal, M.D.

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