- screening high-risk women (women known to be at higher than average risk for breast cancer, either because of a strong family history or a gene abnormality)
- gathering more information about an area of suspicion found on a mammogram or ultrasound
- monitoring for recurrence after treatment
On the following pages, you can learn more about breast MRI and how the test may be used.
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