Benign_Breast_Disease

Benign_Breast_Disease - BENIGN BREAST DISEASE Workup and...

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Unformatted text preview: BENIGN BREAST DISEASE Workup and Surgical Management Surgical Consult Majority of surgical consultation for Breast complaints ultimately prove to have a benign origin. Surgeons role in management of Benign Breast Disease includes: Assessment of Breast Cancer Risk Breast Cancer Screening Providing Specific Diagnosis Treatment/Management ANATOMY Develops from Ectoderm Milk Streak Lobules and Ducts The breast glandular tissue consists of 15 to 20 lobules (clusters of milk forming glands, or acini) that enter into branching and interconnected ducts. The ducts widen beneath the nipple as lactiferous sinuses and then empty via nipple openings. ANATOMY Blood Supply Branches of Internal Mammary Artery, Intercostal arteries, Axillary Artery Venous drainage via Internal Mammary, Intercostal, Axillary Veins Lymphatic Drainage 97% to Axillary Nodes Internal Mammary and Supraclavicular nodes ANATOMY Three Lymph Node Levels: Level I Lateral to Pectoralis Minor Level II Deep to Pectoralis Minor...
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