INTEGRIS Breast Health Services are patient-centered, all-inclusive Oklahoma breast care facilities with staff dedicated to offering the most up-to-date digital technology available. Their experience and expertise, combined with a sensitive environment for women, provides a comforting atmosphere for breast care in its many forms.
INTEGRIS Breast Health Services staff members work closely with the health care professionals at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center, INTEGRIS Canadian Valley Hospital, INTEGRIS Health Edmond, Lakeside Women's Hospital and INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center along with INTEGRIS Cancer Institute to provide patients access to a complete range of breast care programs, support groups, counseling services, medical therapies and rehabilitation services.
INTEGRIS Breast Care Services Provided Include:
(available at Comprehensive Breast Center, Southwest Breast Health Imaging Center and Lakeside Women's Hospital)
The latest technology available in the early detection of breast cancer, especially useful for women with dense breasts.
X-rays of the breasts for women with no abnormal symptoms or breast concerns.
X-rays of the breasts for women with a breast symptom such as pain, lump, discharge or retractive nipple. A diagnostic mammogram is more extensive and requires a doctor’s referral.
High-frequency sound waves used to evaluate a specific area or tissue within the breast.
Ultrasound Guided Biopsy
High-frequency sound waves guide the radiologist to the exact area of concern, while small tissue samples are removed for evaluation.
Radiologists use X-ray guidance to target the exact area of concern while small tissue samples are removed for evaluation.
With ultrasound guidance, the radiologist uses a fine needle to draw fluid from a breast cyst.
Breast Needle Localization
The radiologist places a fine wire at the site of an abnormality to direct surgeons to the exact site.
The radiologist injects dye into a mammary duct to identify the source of an abnormal nipple discharge.
A radiographic examination used to determine or evaluate bone strength.
Computer Aided Detection
Aids in early detection of breast cancer by allowing the radiologist to utilize a computer based over-read system. This “second look” affords the radiologist yet another resource during mammography interpretation.
(available at Comprehensive Breast Center and Southwest Breast Health and Imaging Center)
A magnetic field and radio beam are used to create a picture of the breast for additional imaging or for biopsy procedures.