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axillary accessory breast


Am Surg. Mar;76(3) Surgical treatment of axillary accessory breasts. Aydogan F(1), Baghaki S, Celik V, Kocael A, Gokcal F, Cetinkale O, Unal H.

Background: The axillary accessory breast tissue develops as part of polymastia along the milk line. This is of common occurrence in women. The clinical.

Accessory breast tissue, residual breast tissue persisting from embryologic development, is found in up to 6% of the population, most commonly in the axilla .