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Breast. Breast: The larger, more pronounced part of the breast is typically visible through clothing. Some cultures associate breast size with sexuality, and others view a woman’s breast size as a sign of maturity and fertility. Areola: This circular area around the nipple typically has darker or deeper pink colored skin.What is the anatomy of a female breast?
Female breast anatomy. The structure of the female breast is complex — including fat, glandular and connective tissue, as well as lobes, lobules, ducts, lymph nodes, blood vessels and ligaments.What is breast cancer?
Breast cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the breast. Other than skin cancer, it is the most common cancer in American women, and while much rarer, can also occur in men. Awareness of the symptoms and the need for screening are important ways of reducing the risk of breast cancer.What is the function of the breast?
The breasts lie on top of the chest wall and over the pectoral muscles. Both males and females have breasts. However, they are more well-developed in females. Each breast contains many glands and other structures that allow them to perform their functions. Namely, the primary biological function of the breast is to produce milk to feed infants.