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Professional Radiology and Outpatient Imaging Services

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Drs. Carroll, Hartigan, and Veldman Earn Top Slots From Minnesota Monthly

Midwest Radiology congratulates Drs. Jason Carroll, Andrew Hartigan, and Mark Veldman for being named 2022 Top Doctors by Minnesota Monthly magazine. To create its list of Top Doctors, Minnesota Monthly surveyed thousands of physicians across the Twi...

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Five Midwest Radiology Physicians Earn Top Honors From Mpls.St.Paul Magazine

Midwest Radiology congratulates the following physicians for being named 2022 Top Doctors by Mpls.St.Paul magazine in its July 2022 issue. The list includes more than 800 local top doctors from 46 specialties who have been selected through a process ...

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Breast Education

Atypical Lobular Hyperplasia

Atypical: Cells appearing irregular from normal cells. Lobular: Lobules are the milk producing structures. Hyperplasia: Increased number of cells/higher growth rate of cells. In atypical lobular hyperplasia (ALH), there is an increase in atypic...

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Breast Education

Benign Breast Lumps

Below are different kinds of benign (non-cancerous) breast lumps. COMMON BREAST LUMPS CystsFluid-filled sacs that tend to form and dissipate spontaneously within the breast tissue. They form when fluid from the glandular breast tissue is pushed o...

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Breast Education

Breast Density

Breasts are considered dense if they primarily consist of fibrous or glandular tissue and little fatty tissue. Much like lumps, both benign and cancerous, dense breast tissue appears white on a mammogram, making it difficult to distinguish normal tis...

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Breast Education

Breast Pain

My breasts hurt. Should I be worried? If you have breast pain, you are not alone. Breast pain, also known as mastalgia, is common and accounts for 45-70% of breast-related health care visits. The good news is that most causes of breast pain are ben...

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Breast Education

Breast Rash/Irritation

Definition: Red/reddish-brown rash or irritated skin under breasts. The area can become raw with open areas of oozing, the skin may be cracked or crusty, a bacterial or fungal (yeast) infection can develop in this warm, moist area. The medical ter...

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Breast Education

Calcifications

Radiologists look for tiny white specks within the breast tissue on a mammogram. These are called calcifications. They are extremely common and usually benign (non-cancerous). Widely scattered or larger white spots are normal within the breast. Som...

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Breast Education

Gynecomastia

What is Gynecomastia? Gynecomastia is enlargement of the male breast due to growth of normal breast tissue. It is the most common disorder in the male breast. It may be detected incidentally at the time of a routine physical examination. Patients m...

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Breast Education

Lobular Carcinoma In Situ

Lobular: Lobules are the milk producing structures. In Situ: In the lobule, refers to tumors that have not grown beyond their site of origin. Lobular carcinoma in situ is classified as a high risk lesion for further development of breast cancer o...

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