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Video: All Mammograms Are Not Equal

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Meet Stephen Montgomery, MD, medical director of the Crouse Breast Health Center. He encourages women to select where they have their mammograms based not on mere convenience, but on the skill and expertise of the radiologists and clinical support staff. “Women want — and deserve — the best in breast health care, and should ask questions about what technology is being used and who’s reading their mammograms,” he advises. Dr. Montgomery notes that radiologists for the Crouse Breast Health Center are dedicated exclusively to interpreting breast images. “Because of the high level of expertise of our radiologists, women can be assured of having accurate mammogram reads the first time, without needing to be recalled for further exams.”


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