Women's Imaging 3D mammography is a promising new weapon in the fight against breast cancer. With the most detailed images - it makes pinpointing problems much more precise. That improves early detection - and early detection saves lives. 3D Mammography is available at: Inspira Imaging Center Haddon Township Inspira Women's Imaging Center Mullica Hill Commons Inspira Imaging Center Tomlin Station Inspira Imaging Center South Delsea Inspira Medical Center Vineland Inspira Medical Center Elmer Inspira's experienced radiology team understand the unique imaging needs of women and have the expertise to provide you with quality imaging services. With digital mammography services, our radiologists are able to provide potentially lifesaving diagnostic services. Inspira Medical Center Vineland has been designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (ACR). The designation is awarded to breast imaging centers that have achieved excellence by seeking and earning accreditation in all of the ACR’s voluntary, breast-imaging accreditation programs and modules, in addition to the mandatory Mammography Accreditation Program. Inspira offers a variety of services and technologies to help physicians screen for and diagnose breast cancer, osteoporosis and numerous gynecologic conditions. Inspira offers digital and 3D mammography at several convenient locations. In addition, Inspira also offers dedicated women's imaging suites at our Women's Imaging Center Mullica Hill Commons and Imaging Center Tomlin Station Park. In addition, Inspira offers dedicated women's imaging suites at our Women's Imaging Center Mullica Hill Commons, Imaging Center Tomlin Station Park and Imaging Center Delsea. Performing a breast ultrasound allows your radiologist to determine if an abnormality is solid or fluid filled. Ultrasound is a preferred modality for use when a pregnant woman requires a breast imaging study. Physicians are also utilizing ultrasound for breast biopsy. The instant image that an ultrasound produces allows a physician to specifically target the abnormal tissue that requires further examination. In addition to annual mammograms beginning at age 40, each woman should schedule a bone density scan to screen for osteoporosis at or around the time of menopause — earlier if she has risk factors for the condition. The test, called dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA), measures bone mineral density. To schedule a mammogram, call 1-800-INSPIRA or request an appointment online.