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areola

Anatomy any small circular area, such as the pigmented ring around the human nipple or the inflamed area surrounding a pimple

areola

[ə′rē·ə·lə]
(anatomy)
The portion of the iris bordering the pupil of the eye.
A pigmented ring surrounding a nipple, vesicle, or pustule.
A small space, interval, or pore in a tissue.
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Four effects seen in both laboratories (reductions in testis, epididymis, ventral prostate, and seminal vesicle weights) had already been reported in animals given DEHP as juveniles or adults (8-12,18), but others (ventral prostate, seminal vesicle, and caput epididymis agenesis; reductions in anogenital distance; areola and nipple retention; reductions in glans penis weight; and penile abnormalities) had not been reported previously.
Prendergast's previous victories in the race were with Areola (1970) at Phoenix Park and with Sweet Emma and Bradawn Breever at Leopardstown in 1982 and 1991.
A YOU don't describe any sores or rashes so the itching may be related to dryness of the skin surrounding the nipple and areola.
OWe can create a new nipple, then you can have the areola tattooed on,O he suggested.
Pseudo-Spanish names are popular, ranging from the relatively subtle Everybody Betis via Celta Vimto and Real Sosobad, all the way down the taste league to Arselona and Atletico Areola, the last presumably being a shower of tits.
Huneeus recommended that physicians take special care when examining the areola during adolescent breast exams.
The mastectomy specimen contained a 5-cm, well-demarcated, partly cystic mass filled with thick brown fluid immediately beneath the skin of the nipple and areola.
In addition to eyelash and eyebrow treatments, the licensed professionals at Havana Spa also provide breast areola reconstruction for women who have undergone mastectomy.
en silicone breast prosthesis, allowing cleaning with soap and water, with relief of nipple and areola, light according to their size.
The short-scar technique uses a vertical incision and an incision around the areola, eliminating the need for a horizontal incision.
But researchers looked for skin tone, droopiness, shape and areola size.