Anomalous Areolae Chart 20x26
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Anomalous Areolae is a dignified 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) anatomy poster that explains areola variations in a concise format. The large female illustration demonstrates proper latching during breastfeeding to reduce nipple damage. For doctors’ offices that specialize in obstetrics and gynecology, there are 19 illustrations described with legible 17-point text. These include a Hoffman Technique diagram and 13 life-size realistic drawings. ©2016
Many areola changes in pregnancy. Others that occur without being pregnant are listed on this beautiful pastel colored custom printed human anatomy poster. Asymmetry, hormonal darkening, inversion, enlargement of Montgomery’s tubercles and tuberous (conical) areola are presented as common variations. During maternity, three appearances of milk production (colostrum, foremilk, hindmilk) are illustrated.
Dermatitis, nevoid hyperkeratosis, Paget’s disease, carcinoma and malignant cancer alert patients to progressively more serious outcomes. A cutaway anatomical diagram lists the eight layers of breast tissue.
- August Breastfeeding Awareness Month
- October Breast Cancer Awareness Month
- Includes hygienic satin UV lamination