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Breast MRI Directory

A breast MRI is an imaging test that can help determine if a lump in the breast is cancerous or benign. Some people may be advised not to have an MRI based on certain conditions or devices they may have, such as a pacemaker. MRIs can help reduce the number of breast biopsies that are performed. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how breast MRIs are performed, what the results mean, and more.

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