Breast Health

Regular screening for breast cancer provides the best chance of finding cancer early when it’s easier to treat and cure. Our Breast Care program offers the most advanced imaging and diagnostic screenings available at convenient locations throughout New Jersey. In addition to rapid-results screening services, we offer genetic testing and counseling for breast cancer, and comprehensive breast cancer treatment and care.

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Breast Imaging

Mammography

Mammography typically is the first step for screening. We offer 3D mammography at all locations. 3D mammograms are highly sensitive in accurately detecting different types of breast changes, including breast cancer, especially among dense breast tissue.

Breast Ultrasound

If a suspicious area is detected during a mammogram, or the initial results are not certain, we may recommend a high-resolution ultrasound to provide additional information.

Breast MRI

MRI is highly sensitive imaging that may be used to screen women who have an elevated risk of breast cancer. MRI does not use X-rays.

Find a Mammogram Location Near You

Bayshore Medical Center Breast Center

727 North Beers Street
Holmdel, NJ

Call: 732-497-1726

Betty Torricelli Institute for Breast Care - Hackensack

20 Prospect Ave, #513
Hackensack, NJ 07601

Call: 551-996-2222

Betty Torricelli Institute for Breast Care - Maywood

87 Route 17 North
Maywood, NJ 07607

Call: 551-996-2222

Health Village Imaging at Manahawkin

1301 New Jersey 72 West
Manahawkin, NJ

Call: 609-660-9729

Jersey Shore Imaging

2100 Corlies Avenue
Neptune, NJ 07753

Call: 732-390-0033

JFK University Medical Center Women's Center

60 James Street
Edison, NJ

Call: 732-321-7540

Mountainside Medical Center

One Bay Avenue
Montclair, NJ

Call: 973-429-6120

Ocean University Medical Center

425 Jack Martin Blvd
Brick Township, NJ

Call: 732-836-4025

Old Bridge Medical Center Women's Center

3 Hospital Plaza
Old Bridge, NJ

Call: 732-360-4019

Palisades Medical Center

7600 River Road
North Bergen, NJ

Call: 201-295-4800

Raritan Bay Medical Center Women's Center

530 New Brunswick Avenue
Perth Amboy, NJ

Call: 732-324-5267

Riverview Medical Center

1 Riverview Plaza, 4th Floor Blaisdell
Red Bank, NJ

Call: 732-530-2305

Breast Biopsy

A breast biopsy may be needed to remove a small portion of tissue or fluid for further testing. Our breast care team conducts several types of biopsies: Core needle biopsy – A small needle is guided into the lump or suspicious area. Several small areas of tissue, called cores, are removed for testing. Stereotactic core biopsy – A 3D image of the breast is created with your mammogram images. The radiologist uses the 3D image to guide the needle to the exact site of the lump or suspicious area.

Vacuum-assisted core biopsy – A suction device is used to pull tissue and fluid gently into a hollow needle, to increase the amount of cells removed for testing.

Fine needle aspiration – A very thin needle is inserted into the lump or suspicious area. A sample of tissue or fluid is removed for testing.

Image-guided biopsy – Radiologists sometimes use an imaging procedure — such as ultrasound or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) – to help guide the needle to the exact area for needle biopsy. Needle localization for surgical biopsy – In some cases the lump may be hard for your doctor to reach. A needle with a thin wire is inserted into the lump using imaging. The surgeon then follows this wire to find the lump and remove a tissue sample for testing.

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With the most advanced and accurate breast imaging services in New Jersey, our specialists provide expert diagnosis, care and treatment to those affected or at risk to develop breast cancer.

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