Breast Ultrasound

A Breast Ultrasound is often used in conjunction with a diagnostic mammogram where an abnormality, like a lump or mass, was detected. Breast ultrasounds can characterize a lump or mass, and help distinguish fluid from solid, and non-suspicious from suspicious. These are often used after a concerning clinical breast exam, or to help answer concerns found on a screening mammogram.



ACR Breast US Seal
TRA Olympia - on Lilly and the Olympia Women's Center are fully accredited in Breast Ultrasound by the American College of Radiology (ACR). The ACR only grants accreditation when an imaging center provides patients the highest level of image quality and patient safety.