Second Opinions on BI-RADS 3 Breast Abnormalities from The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic
We offer virtual second opinions on BI-RADS 3 breast abnormalities from our world-renowned expert specialists.
Peace of Mind for BI-RADS 3 Breast Abnormalities
A BI-RADS category 3 mammogram result means that there’s a small chance the area in question could be cancerous. This can leave you feeling uncertain and worried. Getting a second opinion from The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic can help provide clarity and peace of mind so that you can make the best decision for your health.
If you’ve recently received a BI-RADS 3 result, our expertly matched specialist can provide additional insight and guidance so that you have all the information you need to move forward.
Cleveland Clinic: World-Class Expertise on Breast Abnormalities
Our Comprehensive Breast Cancer Program is one of the largest and most specialized in the nation. As part of the Case Comprehensive Cancer, we are one of only 41 comprehensive cancer centers in the nation designated by the National Cancer Institute. Cleveland Clinic has also achieved a Three Year Full Accreditation from the American College of Surgeons’ National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), and Cleveland Clinic is recognized in the U.S. and throughout the world for its expertise and care.
Can The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic Provide Second Opinions on All BI-RADS 3 Breast Abnormalities?
The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic can provide second opinions on all BI-RADS 3 breast abnormalities, including:
- Fibroadenomas – These are benign tumors that develop in the breast. They often feel firm and rubbery.
- Cysts – Cysts are fluid-filled sacs that can develop in the breasts. They’re usually noncancerous but may need to be drained if they become painful.
- Papillomas – Papillomas are small, wart-like growths that grow in the ducts of your breasts. These are usually harmless but can cause discharge from the nipple.
- Sclerosing adenosis – This condition causes small lumps in the breasts, which may be painful. It’s not associated with an increased risk of cancer.
- Radial scars – These small clusters of cells can appear similar to breast cancer on a mammogram but are actually benign.
If you’re facing a BI-RADS 3 result and want additional reassurance or guidance on next steps, our expertly matched specialist can review your case and provide personalized recommendations tailored to your situation.
Fast and Efficient Expert Recommendations
No more stress and no more hassle—just an expert review of your case with an industry-leading turnaround time so you can move forward with treatment right away.
- You are personally matched to the Cleveland Clinic expert best suited to review your particular case.
- The Clinic team does the behind-the-scenes work, collecting medical records, lab samples, imaging, and more.
- The Cleveland Clinic expert specialist conducts a thorough review of your diagnosis and/or treatment plan.
- You’ll receive a detailed report quickly and efficiently. Most patients receive their second opinion in one to four days after all records are in hand. The end-to-end turnaround time averages under 2 weeks.
It’s fast, convenient, and secure.
When Should You Consider a Virtual Second Opinion from The Clinic for BI-RADS 3 Breast Abnormalities?
Our virtual second opinions are for those who:
- Have received a BI-RADS 3 result and want additional reassurance or guidance on next steps
- Are about to make a major decision about a medical next step, like undergoing a biopsy
- Have been diagnosed with a benign breast condition and want confirmation of the diagnosis or information on treatment options
- Are dealing with chronic breast pain or other symptoms and are unsure of their cause
Of those who receive a second opinion from The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic, 92% state that they will implement their recommendations. The peace of mind that comes from knowing you’ve made the best decision for your health is priceless.
An Expert Review of Your Diagnosis and Treatment Plan from the Comfort of Home
Getting started is as simple as registering online. You can schedule your intake visit for a later time, and we’ll get started with gathering the information we need.