mammary

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mammary

[′mam·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the mamma, or breast.
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Bastianello combined the urogenital and mammary neoplasia groups, hence this subcategory on Table 5.
[4,5] Historically, invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC) represented the second most common subtype of mammary neoplasia, accounting to about 5-10% of the disease.
Use of tamoxifen in the control of canine mammary neoplasia. Vet Rec 133: 539-542.
In the present study we examined the influence of prenatal BPA exposure on the postnatal development of the female mammary gland and on susceptibility to NMU-induced mammary neoplasia. Prenatal exposure to BPA resulted in an increased number of preneoplastic lesions, namely, ductal hyperplasias involving the epithelial compartment and stromal alterations in the vicinity of the affected ducts.
The main treatment of mammary neoplasia is surgery.