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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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After her left breast was removed, the invasive operation was followed by six rounds of intensive chemotherapy.
She said: "That night I turned around to get my cup of tea from the bedside table but as I was pulling it towards me, I felt a lump in my left breast."
Craniocaudal (Figure 1A) and mediolateral-oblique (Figure 1B) views of the left breast demonstrated a focal asymmetry present at 12 o'clock at the site of the triangular palpable marker.
Case 1: An 82-year-old Caucasian female was found to have a 1.6cm invasive ductal carcinoma of the upper-mid left breast in January of 2008.
She had a history of left breast pain and swelling that had been treated with antibiotics.
"I have a prosthesis in my left breast but I believe I am still beautiful.
In this report, we aim to present a 35-year-old female patient diagnosed with a metallic foreign body in the left breast as the second case in the literature in which radio-guided occult lesion localization (ROLL) was used for the excision of the foreign body.
Another lump discovered by Dr Platt three years later resulted in a mastectomy, with Paterson carrying out a further"pointless and needless" operation on her left breast.
A 31-year-old nonlactating and nonpregnant woman presented with a painful palpable mass in her left breast for six weeks.
We report a case of 59-year-old woman with a painful left breast mass, compatible with types II-III hydatid cyst.
It may be worn on the left breast on appropriate occasions (e.g., November 11).
The mean (SD) notch to nipple length (N-N) was 44.7 (19.2) cm for the right breast and 44.8 (20.1) cm for the left breast with no significant difference (p=0.0707 paired t-test) between the right and left breasts.
She presented with 6 months history ofmultiple skin lesions over the left breast, left shoulder and the left side of the upper back, extending to involve the retroauricular region and the neck.