macromastia


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macromastia

 [mak″ro-mas´te-ah]
excessive size of the breasts.

mac·ro·mas·ti·a

, macromazia (mak'rō-mas'tē-ă, -mā'zē-ă),
Abnormally large breasts.
See also: hypermastia (2).
[macro- + G. mastos, breast]

macromastia

/mac·ro·mas·tia/ (mak″ro-mas´te-ah) excessive size of the breasts.

mac·ro·mas·ti·a

, macromazia (mak'rō-mas'tē-ă, -mā'zē-ă)
Abnormally large breasts.
See also: hypermastia (2)
[macro- + G. mastos, breast]

macromastia

Abnormally enlarged breasts.

Macromastia

Excessive size of the breasts.
Mentioned in: Breast Reduction

macromastia

excessive size of the mammary glands.
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There were 518 procedures (87%) for macromastia (Figure 1, A and B) and 77 procedures (13%) for balancing because of contralateral breast cancer.
The aim of this study, therefore, was to determine the efficacy of the SMP in patients with extremely large breasts, macromastia and gigantomastia with long N-N distances.
A 36-year-old Korean woman with congenital symmastia and macromastia visited our hospital for corrective surgery.
With obesity on the rise, the issue of macromastia continues to be of concern.
8] Macromastia is in itself a factor predisposing to breast cancer.
Palabras clave: gigantomastia gravidica, macromastia del embarazo, mastectomia simple bilateral, bromocriptina, mamoplastia.
Aside from physical complications, macromastia can carry a heavy emotional burden.
Giant fibroadenomas comprise approximately 4% of all fibroadenomas and present as rapidly growing unilateral macromastia without definable borders or texture differences.
50%) (6) Nipple discharge (2) Developmental disturbance Macromastia (1) Micromastia (3) Asymmetry of breast n=4(8.
Other potential causes of significant breast enlargement, or macromastia, which must be considered when evaluating a patient presenting with this complaint include juvenile hypertrophy, macrocyst, lipoma, hemangioma, pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia, cystosarcoma phyllodes and fibroadenoma.