One in five women in the UK will be diagnosed with breast cancer, with breast tissue growing rapidly in a number of parts of the body.
There are many different ways to assess if you have breast cancer and how it may progress.
If you are diagnosed with this condition, there are several things you can do.
You may find it helpful to take a simple anatomy scan.
If you don’t have a scan, your doctor can give you a test which can confirm the diagnosis.
In this article we will discuss what this scan can tell you and how to get one.
What is an Anatomy Screen?
Anatomy scans are small x-rays which are used to measure changes in the size of the breast tissue.
You can get an MRI scan from a health professional or a computer.
There are three types of MRI scans: Anatomical (x-ray) – These are used by the medical profession and can tell the size and location of breast tissue in your body.
The x-ray shows how a part of your body has changed and will give you the information you need to make an accurate diagnosis.
The images can be taken in real time, which is much quicker than waiting for a scan to come back.
Anastomosis scan – These scans are used for routine breast examinations.
This is a more sensitive form of MRI.
The scans give a clearer picture of the size, shape and location of breast tissue and can show the size or location of any abnormal changes in breast tissue or the growth of new breast tissue from the tumour.
MRI is a powerful diagnostic tool, and it can tell a lot about your breast cancer.
The results of an MRI are usually given in three to six weeks and are usually not specific enough to tell you if you will need surgery to remove your breast.
However, if you are a good candidate, it may help you find out if you need surgery.
The size of your breast can also give you clues about whether you have other cancers.
How to Get an Anatomical ScanA scan is the only way to know if you’re in a position where you have been diagnosed with any of the following conditions: Abnormal breast size or shape or breast size that isn’t normal for your breast size