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Polymastia

Accessory breasts


Presentation

  • It occurs in the milk line, most often in the axila but may also be present outside of this area. Clinical manifestation of polymastia is due to sex hormones, especially during puberty, pregnancy and lactation.[unboundmedicine.com]
  • CASE REPORT Year : 2015 Volume : 4 Issue : 4 Page : 539-542 Varied presentations of ectopic breast - polymastia, fibroadenoma, and carcinoma arising from ectopic breast tissue 1 Department of Pathology, R. N.[ccij-online.org]
  • Written by internationally acclaimed pathologists, this definitive reference incorporates genomic and molecular information, clinical presentation, gross and microscopic pathologic findings, radiologic and laboratory diagnosis, immunohistochemistry, and[books.google.ro]
  • Presentation [ edit ] In some cases, the accessory breast may not be visible at the surface.[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Remarks As stated under Polymastia mamillaris , the present species has been misnamed by most authors, since Bowerbank. P. mamillaris sensu its original author is clearly different from all these later described species recorded as P. mamillaris .[species-identification.org]
Pathologist
  • Reflects the collaborative nature of diagnosis and treatment among radiologists, pathologists, surgeons, oncologists, and other health care professionals who contribute to the management of patients with breast disease.[books.google.ro]
  • Written by internationally acclaimed pathologists, this definitive reference incorporates genomic and molecular information, clinical presentation, gross and microscopic pathologic findings, radiologic and laboratory diagnosis, immunohistochemistry, and[books.google.ro]
Fishing
  • (Lamarck, 1815) Yellow Tube Sponge Not Reef Tank Suitable Not Suitable for Fish-Only Tank Range: Northern Atlantic Ocean: European Waters. Natural Environment: Inhabits rock and boulders in coastal areas.[saltcorner.com]
Rigor
  • Generally any drug, herb, treatment, that stands up to rigorous scientific scrutiny is included in modern medicine. The problem is that many alternative practices, herbs etc do not stand up to scientific scrutiny and cannot be shown to work.[healthtap.com]

Workup

Candida
  • Both compounds exhibited moderate antifungal activity against Cladosporium cucumerinum , while compound 2 was also active against Candida albicans .[mdpi.com]
Polyps
  • The aquatic females also suggest the life, death and regeneration of coral polyps, which grow on the skeletons of their predecessors. Oka Doner has cast dozens of life-size figures inspired by ocean coral within the last ten years.[decordova.org]

Treatment

  • Suzanne Klimberg, and William J Gradishar, includes the latest innovations in breast cancer detection and treatment in a practical, easy-to-use format ideal for today’s surgeons.[books.google.ro]
  • This requires no treatment, just reassurance. ...Read more[healthtap.com]
  • Treatment The best treatment is to surgically remove it. You can also apply liposuction to remove it. Today’s post was on the accessory breast. I hope the details have helped you understand it. Thank you for reading.[drleebreast.blogspot.com]
  • Polymastia Treatment Most cases of accessory breasts do not require any special treatment, but can be removed due to aesthetic reasons.[breast-plastic-surgery.org]

Prognosis

  • Carcinoma arising from EBT has a poorer prognosis and needs early diagnosis and treatment. [ FULL TEXT ] [ PDF ]*[ccij-online.org]
  • Review all the information essential for completing a sign-out report : clinical findings, pathologic findings, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis.[books.google.ro]
  • Treatment and prognosis No treatment is required in the vast majority of cases.[radiopaedia.org]

Prevention

  • Remember to remove all internal glandular tissue, along with any surface features, to prevent potential problems and health issues in the future.[breast-plastic-surgery.org]

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