This is an x-ray of the breast. The images are provided on radiology film.
An analog mammogram has been the traditional way of x-raying the breast. The images are printed on radiology film. A newer technology (digital mammogram) provides digital images that can be displayed on a computer and printed for review. Check with your healthcare provider to determine which type of technology will be used, as costs may vary.
Here are some things you should know before having a mammogram.
This care path's costs include the facility charges (the test or procedure) plus the physician charges (interpreting the test or performing the procedure). You may get separate bills for the facility and physician charges.
What should I ask my healthcare provider before having this test?
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