i completely disagree with the first reviewer, probably due to being better versed in my own healthcare. i understand that when a ""screening mammogram"" is performed, the study is checked immediately for film quality, then given to the radiologist such as Dr. Patel to review. Additional films, be it for questionable calcifications or scar tissue that may mimic a mass on xray film, is just that, additional. according to the American Cancer Association a screening mammogram consists of as many films needed to obtain the 2 views required, cranial caudal, and medial lateral oblique. anything beyond that is technically, and legally, considered a ""diagnostic mammogram"", in other words, mammography films targeted to a particular area of the breast to help diagnose an abnormality in the breast. i have also been a patient of South Jersey Radiology, and particularly Dr. Bhupendra Patel, an have found the facility and Dr. Patel in particular very kind, professional, and knowledgeable. it does such a disservice to yourself and others to voice an uninformed opinion. i highly recommend this facility and Dr. Patel.
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