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Anatomy of breast

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  • 2. HAIDER KHAN ROLL # 289First Year MBBS
  • 3.  Surface Anatomy of anterior thoracic wall Thoracic Lines Breast Quadrants Anatomy of Breast ( structures ) Arterial Supply of Breast Venous Drainage of Breast Lymphatic Drainage of BreastClinical Acknowledgment References
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  • 6. i) Anterior median lineii) Mid clavicular lineiii) Anterior axillary lineiv) Posterior axillary linev) Mid axillary line
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  • 8. A physician’s record might state, “ A hard irregular mass wasfelt in the superior medial quardant of the breast at 2 O’clockposition, approx 2.5 cm from the margin of the areola”
  • 9. STRUCTURES:
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  • 15.  Polymastia Polythelia AmastiaGynacomastiaGynaconasiaMastectomy
  • 16.  CAUSES OF BREAST CANCER:AGEFAMILY HISTORYGENDERHARMONAL EFFECTSLONG MENNSTRUAL CYCLEPREGNANCYBREAST FEEDINGDIETGENETIC MUTATION
  • 17. CLASSIFICATIONNON INVASIVEI. DUCTUL CARCINOMA INSITUII. LOBULAR CARCINOMAINVASIVEI. INVASIVE DUCTUL CARCINOMA >80 %II. INVASIVE LOBULAR CARCINOMA 15%III. MEDULLARY CARCINOMAIV. COLLOID CARCINOMAV. INFLIMATORY CARCINOMA
  • 18. • LOCAL SPREAD ( into the chest wall)• LYMPHATIC SPREADI. Axillary lymph nodes 70 %II. Internal mammary lymph nodesIII. Supra clavicular lymph nodesIV. Contra lateral lymph node• HEMATOGENOUS SPREADI. BoneII. LiverIII. LungsIV. Brain
  • 19. I. CLINICAL FEATURES Lump in breast, ulcerated,Skin thickens around hair foliclesBlood stain dischargeLymphadeopathyBony painPleural effusionHemoptysis
  • 20. VI. INVESTIGATIONS1. For diagnosis of malegnancy.Cut needle biopsyIncisiosonal biopsy2. Local extent of DieseaseAssesed by MRI3. Lymph node involvementClinical judgementLymph node biopsy4. Systemic spreadPulmonary metastasisX ray of chestLiver and kidney ultrasoundBrain CT scan
  • 21. I. STAGE 0Surgery aloneII. STAGE 1 & 2Surgery + chemotherapy +radiotherapy + hormone therapyIII. STAGE IOperableInoperableIV. STAGE 4Chemotherapy + radiotherapy + hormonal therapy + mastectomy
  • 22.  ALLAH ALMIGHTY MY PARENTSFROF. DR. KHALID FAHEEMSIR DR. MUJAHID AKBERFACULTYSYED KASHIF HUSSAIN, BASHARAT, MUSTANSAR, MEHMOODMY FRIENDS
  • 23. KEITH L MOORE 6TH EDITIONSYSTEMIC SURGERY BY ABDUL WAHAB DOGARB.D CHAURASIAGRAYS ANATOMYNET SURFINGI. www.thepoint.lww.comii. www.google.comiii. www.studentconsult.com
  • 24. For your patience

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