subareolar

subareolar

 [sub″ah-re´o-lar]
beneath the areola of the nipple.

sub·a·re·o·lar

(sŭb'ā-rē'ō-lăr),
Beneath an areola; especially the areola of the mamma.

subareolar

/sub·are·o·lar/ (sub″ah-re´o-ler) beneath the areola.

subareolar

beneath the areola of the nipple.
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It is beneficial for the radiologist to know both common and uncommon imaging signs suggestive of implant rupture, the composition of the implants being imaged, surgical approach used (axillary, subareolar, inframammary, umbilical), history of prior breast implants, and time since placement or revision.
One breast cancer case involved a 34-year-old woman, 11 weeks pregnant, who presented with a left subareolar breast mass and a palpable axillary node.
Sismanlarda meme dokusu palpe edilirken subareolar disk ve glanduler dokunun hissedilmemesi lipomasti (pseudojinekomasti) olarak degerlendirilmektedir (4,8,9).
There has been a move away from peritumoral injection towards intradermal subareolar injection.
Patients were excluded from participation if they had previously undergone subareolar surgery that might have disrupted the terminal ductal system.
Mammography showed homogeneous, well-delimited subareolar patches of moderate size, with a fibrous, granular structure (ductal ectasia).
If we had applied this approach to our cases, we would have potentially missed 2 incidents of neoplastic proliferations limited to the nipple without involvement of the subareolar lactiferous ducts.
4 cm mass within the subareolar left breast at the one o'clock position, which corresponded with the patient's palpable area of concern, with associated nipple inversion.
The histology of gynaecomastia shows ductal hyperplasia with increased subareolar fat in the early stages, but periductal fibrous replacement and stromal hyalinisation in chronic cases (Fig.
The extent of the DCIS was limited to the subareolar region in 6 patients and estimated to involve areas measuring from 1 to 3 cm.