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3D and Digital Mammography

Why Choose Windsong for your Breast Imaging?

Breast Imaging Center of Excellence

Windsong was the first facility in WNY to receive status as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence from the American College of Radiology (ACR). This designation recognizes Windsong’s commitment and dedication to providing the highest standards of breast imaging quality procedures and assurance as well as employing board-certified radiologists who are experts in the field.

Board Certified, Fellowship Trained Radiologists

Our board certified and fellowship trained radiologists specialize in women’s imaging. Their expertise coupled with the expertise of our highly skilled, motivated and caring team of board certified mammography and ultrasound technologists ensures the highest quality exams.

First to Offer 3D Mammography in Western New York

In addition to being a Breast Center of Excellence, Windsong was also the first in the area to adopt and offer a 3D mammogram in June 2011 at its Williamsville location. Today, Windsong offers this at all of our breast imaging locations, including Williamsville, West Amherst, Hamburg, Lancaster and Mobile Mammography.

Same Day Results

Windsong was the first facility in Buffalo and WNY to provide same-day mammogram results at each of our locations in West Amherst, Williamsville, Hamburg and Lancaster.

FAQs:
What are the benefits of 3D?
When should I start getting a screening mammogram?
What if I am having a breast problem?
Do I need a prescription from my doctor to have a mammogram?
Does insurance cover a screening mammogram and diagnostic mammogram?

Testimonial

Jodi Syroczynski

Last year at age 40 I was diagnosed with “Invasive Ductal Carcinoma”. I have a family history of breast cancer, which made me aware of the need to have at least a screening mammogram yearly. Last year I heard about the 3D tomosynthesis mammogram and requested my physician to order a tomosynthesis along with my screening mammogram. She agreed to order this exam as well as a breast ultrasound. Much to my surprise there was a 1 cm mass hiding in my left breast. It was only picked up with the tomosynthesis and a targeted ultrasound. I feel that without those tools my breast cancer would have gone undetected for at least another year, at which time it would have grown. I am encouraging all my friends and family to undergo Tomosynthesis and breast ultrasound. Thank you Windsong for living up to your commitment to improving women’s imaging with updated technology.

Windsong Radiology
2020-03-13T02:47:38-04:00
Last year at age 40 I was diagnosed with “Invasive Ductal Carcinoma”. I have a family history of breast cancer, which made me aware of the need to have at least a screening mammogram yearly. Last year I heard about the 3D tomosynthesis mammogram and requested my physician to order a tomosynthesis along with my screening mammogram. She agreed to order this exam as well as a breast ultrasound. Much to my surprise there was a 1 cm mass hiding in my left breast. It was only picked up with the tomosynthesis and a targeted ultrasound. I feel that without those tools my breast cancer would have gone undetected for at least another year, at which time it would have grown. I am encouraging all my friends and family to undergo Tomosynthesis and breast ultrasound. Thank you Windsong for living up to your commitment to improving women’s imaging with updated technology.

Michelle S.

“DON’T FORGET TO MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT FOR YOUR FIRST MAMMOGRAM AT FORTY AND ANNUALLY THEREAFTER,” says Michelle.

Michelle is like many young women in their early 40’s. She has a great career which keeps her busy. She has an active lifestyle.  Being healthy, she didn’t pay much attention to the recommendation to have an annual mammogram and conduct monthly breast exams once you turn 40.  Why should she? There was absolutely no family history of breast cancer.  Surely this recommendation was intended for those women who had a history of breast cancer in their family.  So she put it off.

Michelle didn’t pay attention at 40.  Nor did she bother at 41.  Her forty second birthday followed quickly and it continued to be of little concern, but when Michelle turned 43 something changed.  For some unknown reason, she felt a strange sensation in her breast.  She decided to do a self breast exam as she had been taught, placing her arm over head while lying on her back.  She didn’t feel anything. But when she sat up she was certain she felt something.

Michelle felt the only way to allay her fears would be to have her doctor tell her it was nothing to worry about.  After having a breast exam by her doctor she was given a physician order for a mammogram at Windsong.  She soon learned that what she had felt was more than a suspicion -she had breast cancer.

You cannot help but be taken by the determination of this young woman.  As a breast cancer survivor, Michelle is on a mission to educate others and she is doing so with an amazing inner strength.  She is sharing her story in order to encourage co-workers, friends and family to adhere to the recommendation for an annual mammogram after the age of forty.  She does so with a beauty and poise that will assuredly inspire woman to never take for granted the importance of annual breast cancer screening to ensure early detection.

Windsong Radiology
2020-04-17T09:08:31-04:00
“DON’T FORGET TO MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT FOR YOUR FIRST MAMMOGRAM AT FORTY AND ANNUALLY THEREAFTER,” says Michelle. Michelle is like many young women in their early 40’s. She has a great career which keeps her busy. She has an active lifestyle.  Being healthy, she didn’t pay much attention to the recommendation to have an annual mammogram and conduct monthly breast exams once you turn 40.  Why should she? There was absolutely no family history of breast cancer.  Surely this recommendation was intended for those women who had a history of breast cancer in their family.  So she put it off. Michelle didn’t pay attention at 40.  Nor did she bother at 41.  Her forty second birthday followed quickly and it continued to be of little concern, but when Michelle turned 43 something changed.  For some unknown reason, she felt a strange sensation in her breast.  She decided to do a self breast exam as she had been taught, placing her arm over head while lying on her back.  She didn’t feel anything. But when she sat up she was certain she felt something. Michelle felt the only way to allay her fears would be to have her doctor tell her it was nothing to worry about.  After having a breast exam by her doctor she was given a physician order for a mammogram at Windsong.  She soon learned that what she had felt was more than a suspicion -she had breast cancer. You cannot help but be taken by the determination of this young woman.  As a breast cancer survivor, Michelle is on a mission to educate others and she is doing so with an amazing inner strength.  She is sharing her story in order to encourage co-workers, friends and family to adhere to the recommendation for an annual mammogram...
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