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Breast Anatomy: 1

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The breasts consist of fat, glands, ducts and fibrous connective tissue.       

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Breast Anatomy: 2

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At the apex of the breast is the pigmented nipple and surrounding areola. The small bumps in the areola are sebaceous glands which lubricate the area, particularly during nursing.       

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Breast Anatomy: 3

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The base of the breast lies on the chest wall muscles, mainly the pectoralis major. The surface of the muscle is covered with a connective tissue layer called the pectoral fascia.       

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