Who can undergo this type of examination?

This examination is available to all women between the ages of 30 and 40 years, who want to start a periodical full prevention path, focusing especially on clinical breast examinations and gynecological health. This is an important decade for preventing health problems such as diabetes, heart disease and many types of cancer later in life.

The female breast is an organ that changes with puberty, with the monthly menstrual cycle, and with pregnancy. It also continues to change with age. Most changes in your breasts are perfectly normal and no cause for concern. But some changes need medical attention. Chief among these are breast pain and lumps. Breast lumps come in many forms, including cysts, adenomas, and papillomas. They differ in size, shape, and location, as well as in causes and treatment. About half of all women have lumpy breasts, or fibrocystic change. They are more common during the premenstrual period and usually disappear after menopause. Most lumps are benign and do not signal cancer; however, any time you find a new or unusual lump, have your doctor check it to make sure it is not precancerous or cancerous.


Why undergo this type of examination?

Prevention is a valuable ally to our health, and periodic inspections are an exceptional for of prevention. Humanitas cares for the health of our patients, and promotes prevention through our clinical breast and gynecological prevention program: using noninvasive and the most modern and latest technology, as well as using the expertise of a multidisciplinary team of specialist to help provide the greatest possible prevention for our patients.

  • Highly-qualified doctor on immediate disposal.
  • Instant results at the end of all examinations.
  • Instant results at the end of all examinations.


When to undergo this type of examination?

The course is available every day, from Monday to Friday. It has a duration of 2 or 3 hours.


What does this type of examination entail?

The examination includes:

  • Ultrasound of the breast
  • Clinical breast examination
  • Mammography

Additional tests include:

  • Path prevention cardiology (ECG and cardilogical examinations)
  • Blood test*: in which with a simple venipuncture we can check the values of the main blood component, which in turn can provide important information of the functioning of the body.


Choose your route:

  • Complete prevention in women less than 40 years
  • Complete prevention in women less than 40 years and prevention of heart problems
  • Complete prevention in women less than 40 years and prevention of heart problems including blood tests.


Scientific and other references:

  • EUSOMA Guidelines
  • World Health Organization
  • American Cancer Society


Our technologies:

  • Breast ultrasound
  • Mammography
  • Electrocardiogram