Why Marking Scars in Mammography Helps Image Interpretation
This past June, we introduced Dr. Joseph C. Benjamin, specialist in breast imaging and lead interpreting physician for mammography within the Mercy Health System in Ohio. In his paper, “Skin...
Why Mark Moles in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis? A Radiologist Perspective
Over the past few months, we have introduced Dr. Joseph C. Benjamin, specialist in breast imaging and lead interpreting physician for mammography within the Mercy Health system in Ohio.
Why Mark Nipples in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis
We introduced Dr. Joseph C. Benjamin, specialist in breast imaging and lead interpreting physician for mammography within the Mercy Health system in Ohio in a previous blog post regarding the...
Radiologist Perspective on the Value of Skin Markers in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis
Joseph C. Benjamin, MD, is a specialist in breast imaging and lead interpreting physician for mammography within the Mercy Health system in Ohio. 
The Advantages of Skin Marking on Clinician Stress and Anxiety in Breast Imaging
There is no doubt that 2020 had a dramatic impact on the mental well being of healthcare workers.
Meet Judy Mickens, Lead Mammography Technologist, Empower Award Recipient
Each year Beekley Medical awards one person the EMPOWER Award for Mammography. It is a hard process every time we review the submitted nomination as all individual submissions are abundantly...
Mammograms During a Pandemic: Through the Eyes of a Patient
Daily life doesn’t stop because of a pandemic. Groceries still need to be bought, children still need to be taught, and patients still need to be seen. Although these things are happening a little...
What you should know about COVID-19 Vaccines and Your Mammogram
We know how important mammogram screenings are in the early detection of breast cancer and that COVID shut-downs and quarantines caused many women to miss this important exam last year, putting...
How to Keep Patients from Distancing from Their Mammogram During COVID-19
In the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, health officials and professional societies provided guidance advising patients to postpone non-essential healthcare. This included routine screening...
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