Diagnostic Offered At
Early Detection for Breast Cancer with Ductograms
Ductography is a form of mammography where a contrast agent is injected into the milk duct of the breast. This allows a radiologist to examine abnormalities or signs of cancer in the milk duct areas of the breast.
When Ductograms are Performed
Women who have an unusual nipple discharge, a clear or bloody discharge, are typically recommended to have a ductogram preformed. Ductography is an important breast cancer detection test for when cancer may be present in the milk duct of the breast.