California Medical Imaging (CMIA) offers digital mammography for breast screening and diagnostic images in our Porterville imaging center.
How Often Should You Get A Mammogram?
The American Cancer Society recommends an annual mammogram for all women age 40 and older. This routine screening mammogram takes approximately 15 minutes to perform.
Why Choose California Medical Imaging?
CMIA technology partnered with radiologists specialized in mammography interpretation and a caring technologist attuned to varying degrees of female sensitivity provides the ideal medical home for your annual screening or diagnostic mammogram.
CMIA encourages women to receive their annual screening mammogram through our routine reminder system complaint with the Physician Quality Review Standards.
Breast Abnormalities Needing Medical Attention
You should be evaluated by your primary doctor and may be referred for a diagnostic mammogram, ultrasound, MRI, and/or molecular imaging
if you have localized breast pain or a palpable abnormality such as:
- A lump
- Nipple discharge
- New skin or nipple changes
- Any other notable changes in your breasts
Contact us for your annual screening appointment today.