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Women’s Imaging Suites
At Cartersville Medical Center, we offer the most advanced imaging technology so we can quickly and accurately diagnose breast cancer and other common conditions. Our care team is committed to keeping every part of you healthy. We strive to provide compassionate care in a comfortable environment. Our private imaging suites are designed for maximum relaxation and privacy.
As a Breast Imaging Center, Cartersville Medical Center features two mammography suites, an ultrasound suite, stereotactic breast procedure and a bone densitometry suite. The Outpatient Imaging team includes an on-site radiologist, skilled technologists and a friendly staff to accommodate patients' imaging needs and schedules.
Mammography & Digital Mammography
Early detection is a women's best defense in the fight against breast cancer. The earlier the cancer is detected, the more options there are for treatment. The mammography suite at the Outpatient Imaging Center features the latest state-of-the-art mammography equipment with the lowest dose of radiation available. A mammogram, which is an x-ray of the breast, is used to look for breast disease in women.
If you’re worried about a potential lump in your breast, we offer stereotactic breast biopsy for an accurate diagnosis. This procure uses a tiny needle and mammographic images to take samples of your breast tissue. During this test, you’ll lie comfortably on your stomach while the samples are taken and x-rayed.
Our advanced system only targets the affected area. After the test, we recommend that you refrain from heavy lifting for 24-48 hours.
To schedule a screening mammogram, please call (855) 828-5136.
To speak to one of our Breast Imaging Center specialists about anything other than scheduling, please call (470) 490-2947.
Our state of the art bone densitometry suite provides osteoporosis screenings for women in Cartersville, GA. Osteoporosis is a progressive disease that causes bones to become thin and brittle, making them more likely to break. It affects 10 million Americans — mostly women. Post-menopausal women are encouraged to undergo bone density tests every two to three years.