submammary


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submammary

 [sub-mam´ah-re]
below the mammary gland.

sub·mam·ma·ry

(sŭb-mam'ă-rē),
1. Deep to the mammary gland.
2. Synonym(s): inframammary

submammary

/sub·mam·ma·ry/ (sub-mam´ah-re) below the mammary gland.

submammary

(sŭb-măm′ă-rē) [″ + mamma, breast]
Below the mammary gland.
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Midline sternal incision was made in 33 (89%) patients and submammary incision in 4 (11%) patients all females with low deformities.
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Subjects with sternal incisions experienced significantly more pain on the night of POD #1 than those undergoing submammary incisions (WBPRS mean score 1.
The authors are aware of no previous research that has reported the pain experience of patients with submammary incisions (Laks & Hammond, 1980).
American Gaillard Thomas undertook significant glandular resection via the submammary route in 1880s.
Clinical manifestations primarily involve the flexural areas in a symmetric fashion (groin, axillae, lateral neck, submammary region, and perineum).
The disease initiates with symmetric skin hyperpigmentation in the axillary and inguinal folds, submammary region, around the mammilla, umbilical, and ano-genital regions.
With an adequate mediolateral oblique mammographic view, intramuscular lipoma should be considered due to its submammary location, radiologic density, and circumscription.
Approximately 80% of patients have mild flexural involvement with scattered papules in the groin, axillae, or, in women, submammary skin.
IP is usually found in the groins, vulva, axillae, submammary folds, gluteal cleft, navel, intergluteal crease, penis, lips, and web spaces.