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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «POLYMASTIA» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «POLYMASTIA»
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Management of Breast Diseases
Polymastia/Polythelia. Occurrence of accessory breast tissue is most often
sporadic, but is familial in 10% of the affected population. Occurrence averages
between 0.22 and 6% of the general population. Women have a higher rate than
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Practical Breast Pathology: A Diagnostic Approach: A Volume ...
Definition and Synonyms Polymastia refers to accessory or ectopic breast tissue,
with or without a nipple. Clinical Manifestations, Incidence, and Demographics
Polymastia is less common than polythelia, with an incidence of 0.1% to 1%.
Kristen A. Atkins, Christina Kong, 2012
Polymastia is most commonly identified in the axilla. Other common locations
include the inframammary fold and the vulva.95 There appears to be a left-sided
preponderance. The entire spectrum of breast diseases from fibrocystic changes
David J. Dabbs, 2012
Surgery: Basic Science and Clinical Evidence
Polythelia. and. Polymastia. Supranumerary nipples (polythelia) and accessory
breast tissue (polymastia) are both more common. Accessory nipples may form
anywhere along the milk streak ...
Jeffrey Norton, Philip S. Barie, Ralph R. Bollinger, 2009
Textbook of Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Congenital Lesions Supernumerary breasts (polymastia) and supernumerary
nipples (polythelia) are congenital conditions that are unlikely to present as chief
complaints in the ED, but that may be discovered incidentally on examination.
Gary R. Fleisher, Stephen Ludwig, 2010
Advanced Therapy of Breast Disease
A, Anterior and, B, lateral view of polymastia and polythelia (supernumerary
breast) located on the left posterior thigh of a 74-year-old man. (Reproduced with
permission from Camisa C. Accessory breast on the posterior thigh of a man.
S. Eva Singletary, Geoffrey L. Robb, Gabriel N. Hortobagyi, 2004
In Raspailia and Tethya the oocytes are not retained in any way but develop in
the sea water; in both species of Polymastia a thick mucus is exuded with the
ovocytes, and development through to the larval stage takes place in this layer.
Patricia R. Bergquist, 1978
Rhinoplasty and Facial Plastic Surgery: With a Supplement on ...
Supernumerary Breast Formation (Hypermastla and Polymastia). Fig. 1554
shows a very interesting case of supernumerary breast formation in a woman
who had 4 breasts. In such a case, removal of the supernumerary breasts is
Jacques Joseph, 1987
The Science of Breastfeeding
Synonymous with polymastia. Hyperplasia — Overdevelopment of breast tissue.
Hypoplasia — Underdevelopment of breast tissue. Synonymous with
micromastia. In severe hypoplasia, it takes pregnancy to indicate whether there is
Rebecca F. Black, Leasa Jarman, Jan Simpson, 1998
7 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «POLYMASTIA»
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Jasmine Tridevil's Three Breasted Plastic Surgery Draws …
An extra breast is referred to as accessory breast syndrome or polymastia syndrome. According to Entertainment Weekly, Bassett wears a ... «International Business Times, Sep 14»
Sex in San Diego: 10 Interesting Facts About Breasts
Polymastia and polythelia are, respectively, extra breasts and nipples. Diane Mapes of NBC's The Body Odd writes they're more common than ... «San Diego Free Press, Apr 13»
Early diagnosis of breast deformities in teens urged
Dr Bijlani said among the most common deformities is accessory breast tissue or Polymastia. “It is usually diagnosed at puberty or during ... «gulfnews.com, Oct 12»
So True? So False? Does Zac Efron Really Have a Third (or Fourth …
... polythelia and polymastia…you're welcome), are "often not entirely developed as a fully functioning nipple. Sometimes it can be mistaken for ... «E! Online, Jul 11»
Dr. Frank Bures: Extra breast tissue can be found in unexpected …
A few women and fewer men can develop extra or accessory breast tissue, most commonly in the armpit area. It is called polymastia (mastos, ... «Winona Daily News, Dec 10»
Stripper wants 3 breasts!
The condition is called Polymastia and its a lot more common than people think! While the most memorable sight of a three breasted woman ... «Guide2Croatia, Jan 10»
Why do some people have three nipples?
It is a supernumerary nipple, accessory nipple, pseudomamma, polythelia, or polymastia. It is often not entirely developed as a fully functioning ... «Register, Jan 07»
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