Translation of mammogram in Spanish:

mammogram

mamografía, n.

(mammograph)

Pronunciation: /ˈmaməɡram//ˈmæməˌɡræm/

noun

  • 1

    mamografía feminine
    • If you're going to a new facility for your mammogram, the radiologist will find it helpful if you bring prior mammograms along for comparison.
    • In contrast, mammograms cut the death rate by a clear 22 percent for women age 50 and older, the group said.
    • If the lump is small and cannot be felt, your doctor may use a mammogram or ultrasound scan to find the lump and insert the needle.
    • Not all surgeons require mammograms prior to surgery.
    • A mammogram should be obtained for a suspicious discharge even though results are usually negative.
    • One woman's lesion was discovered on her baseline mammogram.
    • Any sign of cancer should be communicated to the radiologist with the referral for a diagnostic mammogram.
    • There does, however, seem to be a difference between the two groups in the interpretability of their mammograms.
    • They pay for mammograms yearly, and they pay for colonoscopies, and prostate cancer screening.
    • Digital technology makes mammograms clearer, thereby reducing the number of callbacks by 20-30 percent.
    • The consequences of false-positive mammograms are uncertain.
    • Worse, mammograms are less able to detect hormone-induced cancers.
    • Your surgeon may want you to have a mammogram taken.
    • It was detected on a routine mammogram and was not detectable by ultrasound.
    • Beginning at 30 to 35 years of age, annual mammograms are recommended.
    • At what age should a woman start getting mammograms?
    • Compare this MRI with a mammogram and an ultrasound, and you'll see what I mean.
    • It may enhance the accuracy of regular mammograms.
    • A screening mammogram is an X-ray of the breast to find any breast changes in women who have no signs of breast cancer.
    • Today, doctors in state-of-the-art facilities are reading mammograms off computers - not film.