A mammogram is a low-dose X-ray picture of the breast. Traditional 2D mammogram, as the name suggests, renders a 2D representation of the breast. While 2D mammogram is generally effective in detecting breast cancer, it has its limitations – small cancers masked by normal breast tissues may result in a false negative interpretation, alternatively overlapping breast tissues mimic a mass may result in a false positive interpretation. 3D mammogram, an upgrade from the traditional 2D mammogram, takes multiple images of the breast from different angles and produces a 3D image of the breast in one-millimetre slices, making it easier for radiologists to identify abnormalities, and as a result reducing the need for follow-up imaging. 3D mammogram provides a more accurate assessment of breast health while exposing women to a lower dose of radiation.
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