Rose Imaging Specialists wants you to be sure your diagnosis is correct. Getting a second opinion means asking another breast radiology specialist, or a team of specialists, to review all of your medical reports and test results, and provide an opinion about your diagnosis and results.
A second opinion may confirm your original doctor’s diagnosis or may suggest additional tests or procedures to arrive at the correct diagnosis. Even if you’ve already had treatment, it’s not too late to get a second opinion.
Many people with breast cancer decide to get second opinions, and doctors are used to hearing this request. Possible reasons for seeking a second opinion include: