Breast MRI is a very sensitive technique with less specificity and is used with a higher range of indications each time. Its high sensitivity makes us detect some lesions that are not visualized by conventional methods: mammography and ultrasound.

When the MRI shows a suspicious lesion without representation with the other imaging methods, an MR-guided biopsy with a VAB system is performed.

A new shorter MRI is performed, and the lesion is located. The procedure is performed in the same MRI room. Local anesthesia is used, and the cylinders are obtained using the VAB system.

“Magnetic resonance-guided biopsy is performed in cases of suspicious lesions detected only by this method”