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(Nipple or areolar lesions)
10,199 results
  • Solitary breast neurofibroma: imaging aspects. [Journal Article]
  • EEcancermedicalscience 2018; 12:800
  • Rotili A, De Maria F, … Moratti M
  • Neurofibromas are benign peripheral nerve sheath tumours, which are usually solitary and sporadic. Solitary neurofibromas of the breast are rare. The most common location of a breast neurofibroma is ...
  • Brain anatomy of the 4-day-old European rabbit. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Anat 2018 Feb 14
  • Schneider NY, Datiche F, Coureaud G
  • The European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) is a widely used model in fundamental, medical and veterinary neurosciences. Besides investigations in adults, rabbit pups are relevant to study perinatal ...
  • Breastfeeding technique and associated factors among breastfeeding mothers in Harar city, Eastern Ethiopia. [Journal Article]
  • IBInt Breastfeed J 2018; 13:5
  • Tiruye G, Mesfin F, … Shiferaw K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The practice of effective breastfeeding technique was low. Effective breastfeeding technique practice was associated with higher educational status, previous information about breastfeeding technique, previous breastfeeding experience, absence of breast problems, receiving breastfeeding technique counseling immediately after birth and at least two postnatal visits. Therefore; health services should provide education about effective breastfeeding techniques and ensure postnatal care for all women, particularly primipara.
  • Nipple-Invasive Primary Carcinomas: Clinical, Imaging, and Pathologic Features of Breast Carcinomas Originating in the Nipple. [Journal Article]
  • APArch Pathol Lab Med 2018 Feb 12
  • Sanders MA, Brock JE, … Lester SC
  • CONCLUSIONS: - Rare, invasive, primary nipple carcinomas typically present as subtle nipple thickening or an exudative crust on the skin. Imaging studies are often nonrevealing. A variety of histologic and biologic types of carcinomas occur, similar to cancers arising deeper in the breast. Although the carcinomas invaded into the dermis, some with skin ulceration, the likelihood of lymph node metastasis was no higher than carcinomas of similar sizes. Patients who choose to preserve their nipple(s) should be aware of the possibility of breast cancer arising at that site and to bring any observed changes to the attention of their health care providers.
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