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Breast Radiology Second Opinions

Get an accurate diagnosis with a second opinion from a fellowship trained breast radiologist 

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51% of patients seeking second-opinions from breast imaging specialists received big interpretation changes

We give you access to our panel of breast imaging specialists for second opinions. Every radiologist is fellowship trained and specializes in providing diagnostic interpretations for mammograms, ultrasounds, and MRIs of the breast. Our radiologists are experienced in reading even the most complex breast imaging cases.

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Critical Need for Breast Imaging Subspecialty Radiologists

Experience Matters

Our radiologists have deep specialization and expertise in breast imaging to diagnose concerns including breast cancer, breast pain, breast lumps, and breast cysts. Rather than hiring full-time radiologists to offer 3D digital mammograms and tomosynthesis, DocPanel's subspecialty marketplace gives you easy, affordable access to academic-level radiologists who specialize in areas like:

  • Screeing Mammogram second opinions
  • Diagnostic Mammogram second opinions
  • Breast Ultrasound second opinions
  • 3D Mammogram second opinions
  • Breast MRI second opinions

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Early detection saves lives

5-year overall survival for women with Stage 1 breast cancer is 90%



Mammography is only half the equation.

Although mammography is considered the most effective breast cancer screening tool, its success is minimized without a qualified radiologist’s interpretation. Mammography misses approximately 13% of breast cancers and the number may be higher if factors like breast density are present. The chance of having a false positive result after one mammogram ranges from 7-12%.

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The Hard Facts about Breast Cancer

1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime.

In 2018, in the U.S., it is estimated that:

40,920 women will die due to breast cancer

30% of newly diagnosed cancers in women will be breast cancer

There are more than 3.1M women with a history of breast cancer. 266,120 new cases of invasive breast cancer and 63,960 new cases of non-invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women (2,550 in men).

1.77M women will be diagnosed with breast cancer globally

85% of all breast cancer is diagnosed in women with no family history of breast cancer

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