Stereotactic Breast Biopsies

A new, advanced outpatient procedure with only local anesthetic, little or no scarring, shorter healing time and minimal pain. The difference is clear.

Go easy on yourself.

A New Way

Being in need of a biopsy is hard enough on you. The uncertainty can be unbearable, and we don’t want you to have to endure any more than you have to. That’s why INTEGRIS offers a new minimally invasive, cutting-edge biopsy procedure called a stereotactic breast biopsy. With the use of X-ray waves, radiologists are able to use a computer guided biopsy machine to precisely gather sample tissue, greatly reducing discomfort to the patient.

Stereotactic breast biopsy is an outpatient procedure that only uses local anesthetic and with little to no scarring, no stitches, shorter healing time and minimal pain, the difference is clear. This procedure is available at INTEGRIS hospitals and clinics across the state. Ask your physician or oncologist if stereotactic breast biopsy would be a good choice for you.

Available Near You