Humans usually have breasts with associated nipple areolar
complexes (which have different embryological development) only in the pectoral region as the rest of the embryological milk line disappears soon after its development.
It is important to make sure that dissection of the endopelvic fascia is performed sharply until a relatively avascular and areolar
space is created; at this time, blunt dissection with the surgeon's finger can be easily accomplished.
8,9) In contrast, magnetic resonance imaging detects nipple areolar
complex contrast enhancement in the majority of cases.
In the paper , with the method of areolar
series W = W (z) = [[infinity].
The most common form is sagittal duplication, in which 2 urinary bladders lie side by side and are separated by a fold of peritoneum and loose areolar
preservation can be considered in the context of prophylactic surgery for those patients with a relatively large-diameter areola.
It is important to recognize that the RA is followed in its course by two small concomitant veins and discrete amount of areolar
and fat tissue, enveloped in delicate adventitial compartment ("the pedicle").
A piece of loose areolar
tissue was harvested through a postauricular incision and used to seal the oval window.
The mesoneurial matrix is a collection of loose areolar
tissue that surrounds the epineurium and contributes to the longitudinal excursion of peripheral nerves.
REDUCTION MAMMAPLASTY-MODIFICATION OF THE INFERIOR PEDICLE TECHNIQUE ENHANCING NIPPLE AREOLAR
PROJECTION AND CONTOUR.
The pink or brown areolar
skin that surrounds the nipple is rich and larger than normal sweat glands.
This surgical technique entails precise sharp dissection within the areolar
plane outside (lateral to) the visceral mesorectal fascia to remove the rectum.