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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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Table 1: Kajava Classification of Ectopic Breast Tissue Class Nipple Areola Glandular Tissue I + + + II + - + III - + + IV - - + V + + - VI (Polythelia) + - - VII (Polythelia Areolaris) - + - VIII (Polythelia Pilosa) A Patch of Hair Only
Their statement also indicates that "use of supplemental imaging such as ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, tomosynthesis, or thermography has not been associated with meaningful benefits for women found at screening to have dense breast tissue." ACOG goes on to encourage clinicians to comply with applicable state laws, and support further research on the topics but as of this writing, ACOG does not recommend use of alternative tests for dense breast tissue detected on screening mammography.
It is synonymous with supernumerary or ectopic breast tissue (EBT).
In studies in mice, the scientists also found that CRIPTO helped the animals form new mammary tissues, which led the team to hypothesize that CRIPTO may be produced by nearby cells in the fat to spur the growth of breast tissue.
Addressing the challenges of dose and improved detection in women with dense breast tissue, Philips Healthcare (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) recently released its FDA 510(k)-cleared MicroDose SI, a FFDM system engineered with digital photon-counting technology, called Single-Shot Spectral Imaging.
Recent research however has found higher concentrations of parabens in human breast tissue than were previously thought to exist and additionally has demonstrated that combinations of parabens at no-observed-effect concentrations can give measurable oestrogenic responses in cell culture.
Ectopic breast tissue in female patients is also a common finding on examination.
Besides these deformities, children are also diagnosed with Amastia, a total absence of breast tissue and nipple-areola, congenital nipple inversion which is caused by tethering and shortening of breast ducts, and development of fibrous bands behind the nipples during intrauterine life.
She said that men may mistakenly take enlarged breast tissue, a condition known as gynaecomastia, as a symptom of breast cancer.
The ultrasound system now has been approved by the FDA for use in women with dense breast tissue.
Women who have had a previous clinical breast intervention, such as a surgery or biopsy, would not be eligible for the device, "'since this might alter the appearance of breast tissue in an ultrasound image," the FDA said.
Women who have had a previous clinical breast intervention, such as a surgery or biopsy, would not be eligible for the device, "since this might alter the appearance of breast tissue in an ultrasound image," the FDA said.
A probe revealed Mr Paterson was leaving a small amount of breast tissue around the cleavage, for cosmetic reasons, on some patients.
"What your doctor won't tell you is that the extreme compression of your breast tissues in a mammography machine can damage delicate breast tissue and may even break open cancerous tumors and send them throughout