inframammary

in·fra·mam·ma·ry

(in'fră-mam'ă-rē),
Inferior to the mammary gland.
Synonym(s): submammary (2)

inframammary

(ĭn″fră-măm′ă-rē) [″ + mamma, breast]
Below the mammary gland.
References in periodicals archive ?
Erythrasma typically appears as delineated, dry, red-brown patches in intertriginous areas, such as the axilla, groin, interdigital spaces, intergluteal cleft, perianal skin, and inframammary area.
Hyperpigmented papules and plaques with mild scale are present on his central chest and back, converging toward the center of the chest and back and extending through the inframammary areas bilaterally.
However, it was the German Dieffenbach who precisely described performing a lower pole breast reduction by excising the lower two-thirds of the breast and its posterior segment whilst hiding the scar in the inframammary fold.
This surgery can be performed via hidden scars at the inframammary crease or periareolar and is combined with immediate reconstruction, which provides an excellent cosmetic result.
The common sites of involvement are neck, axillae, inframammary area, groins and perineum leading to painful fissures.
For symmastia correction, the lower web-like soft tissue was removed from the overlying presternal skin and subdermal sutures were applied along the inframammary fold with 3-0 polydioxanone sutures on each side through reduction mammoplasty.
A 63-year-old woman presented with extremely painful plaques on the breasts, inframammary folds, and chest, and under the abdomen, for 3 years.
38) Multiple, discrete, sterile pustules at the margins of erythematous macules on the umbilicus, medial thigh, axillae, inframammary folds, gluteal creases and sides of neck are seen.
An additional implant positioning term is "dual plane," a surgical term that describes how much muscle is released from the breast parenchyma, from the most inferior release at the inframammary fold to the most superior release, which is at the superior extent of the areola.
0%) had a local recurrence (axillary, infraclavicular, supraclavicular, inframammary, manubrium, chest wall, or sternum).
The most common sites of involvement are the axillae, groin, buttocks, and perianal, perineal, mammary, and inframammary areas, with the axillae most commonly affected.