Little Silver Mammography and HerSpace ®


Little Silver Mammography & HerSpace is accredited by the American College of Radiology specializing in 3D-Mammography and Breast Ultrasound. Little Silver Mammography & HerSpace has always been committed to cutting edge technology and excellent patient care.

3D Mammography

Breast tomosynthesis converts a stack of digital breast images into a “3-dimensional mammogram” so that the radiologist can see breast tissue detail in a way that is not possible with 2D mammograms.

Imaging Consult

The breast imagers at Red Bank Radiology are often asked to provide a second expert interpretation of breast imaging initially performed elsewhere. It is advised that a woman seek an expert opinion from a dedicated professional and the team at Red Bank Radiology can provide skilled services.

Breast MRI

High-resolution, contrast-enhanced breast MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) may detect small cancers not seen on mammography. It is helpful in better assessing the extent of disease in some patients recently diagnosed.
(Available at the Holmdel location)

Breast Biopsy

Over one million breast biopsies are performed annually in this country. Previously all of these women would have undergone surgical biopsy. Over the last decade, imaging-guided needle breast biopsy has been perfected.

Breast Ultrasound

Breast ultrasounds are reconstructed sound waves transmitted back to a computer from the breast tissues to generate an image of portions of the breast. This modality is used to determine if an abnormality is a cyst or solid tumor and, if a solid tumor, whether it has benign or malignant features.

Cyst Aspiration

Cyst aspiration is a quick, minor procedure that uses a fine needle to drain fluid from a cyst that is either complex, “dirty” in appearance on ultrasound, or painful or large enough to obscure portions of the mammogram.

Needle Localization

This technique localizes a breast abnormality seen on imaging studies to allow for accurate surgical excision. The procedure, which uses a thin needle to insert a thinner hooked wire to the area of concern, may be guided by mammography, ultrasound, or MRI.


This simple procedure uses dye instilled into a breast ductal system to evaluate the cause of nipple discharge.

Bone Densitometry (DEXA)

A DEXA scan is used to assess a patient’s risk of fracture due to osteoporosis, which is a thinning of the bones as we age and go through menopause. This fast, noninvasive test takes ten minutes to perform and uses a minimal amount of low-energy x-rays.
(Available at the Holmdel location)

We have a world-class patient care team.

Nicholas Perosi, MD

Nicholas Perosi, MD

Robert Wold, MD

Robert Wold, MD

Raven Devincenzo, MD

Raven Devincenzo, MD

Frederick Zito, MD

Dipand Danda, MD

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