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Following a consultation with one of our doctors, a mammogram can be used to further diagnose symptoms or to confirm a clinical diagnosis. Routine mammograms can also be arranged. This will be conducted by our partner providers in the clinics’ localities.

We recommend that you have a consultation with a doctor and discuss together the right diagnostic processes for you. Any scans can be arranged by our teams at your convenience.

A mammogram (or mammography) is a cancer screening procedure, designed to catch any early signs of malignant growths in the breast. During a mammogram, the breast is pressed between two plastic plates, allowing an x-ray to be taken, which can then be studied for any abnormalities. The procedure is uncomfortable, and can be painful for those with tender breasts.

Estimates indicate that a third of breast cancer cases are discovered through screening procedures. It is particularly recommended that you have regular mammograms once you reach the age of 50, or younger if:

• two or more close relatives on the same side of your family developed the disease
• three close relatives have been diagnosed at any point
• a combination of ovarian and breast cancers in your close relatives
• a close female relative who was diagnosed with breast cancer under the age of 40

For more information or to book an appointment, please call our Harley Street clinic on 02073231023 02073231023 or our London City clinic on 02071010355 02071010355

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