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Mammography treatments abroad,
A mammogram is an X-ray image of the breast that is taken to check for breast cancer. It is used to detect early signs of breast cancer and is also used to help with the diagnosis of breast cancer. A mammogram is generally performed on women who are over the age of 40, or on women who have a family history of breast cancer. In some cases, the mammogram may be performed in conjunction with an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), if breast cancer is suspected. A mammogram involves placing the breasts between a machine that takes X-ray images, which are then interpreted by radiologist. The patient may need to make a follow up appointment where they will receive and discuss the results with the doctor. Recommended for Women over the age of 40 Women with high risk of developing breast cancer Time requirements Number of days in hospital 1 . Patients will leave the hospital on the same day. Average length of stay abroad The amount of time needed will depend on how long the patient will need to wait for the results of the mammogram. Number of trips abroad needed 1.