Virgin-O-LogyVirginal Breast Hypertrophy, Page 1. Go to Page 2
aka juvenile breast hypertrophy (excessive breast development)
nipple - milk ducts - lobules of mammary gland - suspensor ligaments of Cooper - body of breast - pectoralis muscle major and minor - pectoral fascia - adipose tissue (body fat) - "lactiferous sinuses", actually nonexistent
Source of illustration: Atlas of Human Anatomy by Sinielnikov RD, Sinielnikov YR
To put the things on the right track.
ABERRATIONS OF NORMAL DEVELOPMENT AND INVOLUTION (ANDI):A framework for understanding and management of benign breast disorders is presented, based on the notion that most breast complaints can be explained as minor aberrations of the normal processes of development, cyclical change, and involution. The generic term ANDI (aberrations of normal development and involution) is introduced to allow breast problems to be placed within an overall framework of pathogenesis; this concept also permits more detailed individual assessment with respect to normality and disease. Fibrocystic disease and its synonyms are discarded in favour of terms that are strictly descriptive of the clinical and/or histological picture.
A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON PATHOGENESIS AND NOMENCLATURE OF BENIGN BREAST DISORDERS
(LeslieE. Hughes , RobertE. Mansel , DavidJ.T. Webster; University Department of Surgery, University of Wales College of Medicine, Heath Park, Cardiff CF4 4XN, United Kingdom' The Lancet, Volume 330, Issue 8571, Pages 1316 - 1319, 5 December 1987)
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