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Complete services for breast screening

EVDI is proud to offer a wide range of breast imaging services in our imaging centers, as well as in our Desert Breast Centers in Mesa and Chandler. We believe in the highest standard of care and comfort for all our breast services. Read on for more information about your service, including things to know before you come in. 

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EVDI Desert Breast Center is accepting resumes for a full time Mammographer to float between our Breast Imaging Centers. Monday thru Friday, some Saturday and/or early evening coverage may be required. Digital and Stereotactic experience is preferred. Apply at or mail to EVDI-M, 1201 S Alma School Rd., Ste # 14000, Mesa, AZ 85210 or fax to 480-247-7027. Visit our website at www.evdi.com.

Breast Ultrasound

In breast ultrasound, sound waves are used to create an image of the tissues within the breast. A breast ultrasound will help determine whether a lump in the breast is filled with fluid (a cyst) or is solid.

Breast ultrasound is not a replacement for a mammography or breast MRI, but is intended to provide additional information when there are abnormal findings in a mammogram and/or MRI.

Breast MRI

A breast MRI is utilized to contribute to the early detection of breast cancer and can also detect other breast abnormalities. A breast MRI will generate detailed pictures of the breast by capturing and combining multiple images of the breast.

Before your appointment
If you are coming in for a breast MRI exam, please know that you will be asked to lay face down on the table.

Breast Procedures

We also offer additional breast procedures, including:

  • Breast biopsies, which can be guided through the use of MRI, ultrasound or X-ray
  • Ductography (or galactography), which utilizes mammography to visualize the inside of the breast’s milk ducts
  • Cyst aspirations, which use a fine needle to extract fluid from the area in question
  • Needle localization, in which a guide wire is placed in the area of the breast abnormality to help a surgeon locate a lesion for surgical biopsy