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Dr. Harmindar K. Gill, left, reviews a 3-D mammogram taken of patient Fran Pierini, right, at Premier Women's Radiology on Monday, Sept. 29, 2013 in Bonita Springs. Following an inconclusive 2-D mammogram, Pierini was referred to Dr. Gill for a 3-D mammogram, which showed that the area in question was not cancerous.

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Dania Maxwell/Staff Dr. Harmindar K. Gill, left, reviews a 3-D mammogram taken of patient Fran Pierini, right, at Premier Women's Radiology on Monday, Sept. 29, 2013 in Bonita Springs. Following an inconclusive 2-D mammogram, Pierini was referred to Dr. Gill for a 3-D mammogram, which showed that the area in question was not cancerous.

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Dr. Harmindar K. Gill, left, reviews a 3-D mammogram taken of patient Fran Pierini, right, at Premier Women's Radiology on Monday, Sept. 29, 2013 in Bonita Springs. Following an inconclusive 2-D mammogram, Pierini was referred to Dr. Gill for a 3-D mammogram, which showed that the area in question was not cancerous.
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Dr. Harmindar K. Gill, right, reviews a 3-D mammogram taken of patient Fran Pierini, left, at Premier Women's Radiology on Monday, Sept. 29, 2013 in Bonita Springs. Following an inconclusive 2-D mammogram, Pierini was referred to Dr. Gill for a 3-D mammogram, which showed that the area in question was not cancerous.
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An ultrasound, left, and a 3-D mammogram, right, taken of patient Fran Pierini are shown inside Dr. Harmindar K. Gill's office, Premier Women's Radiology on Monday, Sept. 29, 2013 in Bonita Springs. Since May of 2013, Fram Pierini had four different breast exams. With the 3-D mammogram Dr. Gill was able to conclude that the area in question was not cancerous. 



tests including  Following an inconclusive 2-D mammogram, Dr. Gill took a 3-D mammogram which showed that the area in question was not cancerous.
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Dr. Harmindar K. Gill reviews a 3-D mammogram taken of patient Fran Pierini, not pictured, at Premier Women's Radiology on Monday, Sept. 29, 2013 in Bonita Springs. Following an inconclusive 2-D mammogram, Pierini was referred to Dr. Gill for a 3-D mammogram, which showed that the area in question was not cancerous.
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Dr. Harmindar K. Gill, left, reviews a 3-D mammogram taken of patient Fran Pierini, right, at Premier Women's Radiology on Monday, Sept. 29, 2013 in Bonita Springs. Following an inconclusive 2-D mammogram, Pierini was referred to Dr. Gill for a 3-D mammogram, which showed that the area in question was not cancerous.

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