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Synonyms for breast

Synonyms for breast

the seat of a person's innermost emotions and feelings

Synonyms for breast

the front of the trunk from the neck to the abdomen

either of two soft fleshy milk-secreting glandular organs on the chest of a woman

meat carved from the breast of a fowl

the part of an animal's body that corresponds to a person's chest

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meet at breast level

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reach the summit (of a mountain)

confront bodily

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Plasma fatty acid profiles in benign breast disorders. Br J Surg 1922; 79(5):407-9.
The rationale of our study was to determine the exact statistics of benign breast disorders especially fibroadenoma in our region as patients presenting with breast lumps are very anxious and "assume the worst" as it has been reported that every 9th Pakistani woman is suffering from carcinoma presenting with breast disorder17.
The difference in costs between conditions with complications and/or comorbidities and those without was most marked for malignant breast disorders, for which the median cost of the disease with complications was $20 247, more than five times the cost without complications.
(8.) Sabate JM, Clotet M, Gomez A, De LasHeras P Torrubia S, Salinas T Radiologic evaluation of uncommon inflammatory and reactive breast disorders. Radiographics 2005; 25: 411-424.
Benign breast disorders in non-western populations: Part II--Benign breast disorders in India.
The condition with greatest ratio of median to mean LOS (1.16) was malignant breast disorders with complications, closely followed by normal newborns with a ratio of 1.15.
The interactions between thyroid and breast disorders are based on hormonal and cellular receptor mechanisms (17, 18).
Of all breast disorders, palpable breast lump is the second most common presentation, pain being the first.
Benign breast disorders are usually hormone induced and therefore usually seen in the reproductive period of life with dramatic fall of incidence after menopause.
The vast majority of referred patients with breast disorders present with breast lumps and receive benign diagnosis when subjected to histopathological examination.
Benign breast disorders in northwestern populations: part III- benign breast disorders in northern Nigeria.
* Both benign and malignant breast disorders can present with a palpable mass; skin dimpling, thickening or erythema; pain; nipple discharge and inversion or distortion or an abnormal screening mammogram with no clinical findings.
Of all the breast disorders, palpable breast lump is the most common manifestation.
Benign breast disorders in nonwestern populations: Par III- Benign breast disorders in northen Nigeria.
Sabate, MD, Monste Clotet MD, Antonio Gomez, MD, Pilar de Las Heras, MD, Sofia Torrubia, MD, Teresa Salinas MD RSNA education exhibits Radiologic Evaluation of Uncommon Inflammatory and Reactive Breast Disorders. March- April 2005, Volume 25, Issue 2.