Ablactation: Weaning the baby
Adjuvant Treatment: Auxiliary treatment performed in addition to surgery after surgery.
Axillary Incision: The incision procedure made from the armpit in breast surgery.
Acute Mastitis: Local findings such as stiffness, pain, and redness as well as fever and chills in the breast.
Alveolus Mammarial gland.
Amastia: Unilateral or bilateral absence of the breast.
Anisomastia: Different breasts from each other in size.
Areola: The region with a dark round ring in the middle of the breast.
Athelia: No nipple
Breast Abscess: Abscess on the breast.
Breast Augmentation: Augmenting the breast.
Breast Anatomy: Anatomy of the breast.
Breast-Conserving Surgery: Conserving surgery applied to the breast.
Breast Implant: Implant placing in the breast. The prosthesis used for breast filling in breast augmentation or treatment of breast cancer.
Breast Lift: Lifting the breast.
Breast Reconstruction: Reconstruction of the breast (Breast repair). The procedure of reconstructing and shaping the breast tissue.
Breast Reduction: Reduction of the breast.
Cannula: Cannula used in procedures. Hollow tubular metal bars used for vacuum liposuction.
Capsule Contracture: Capsule formation. Complication rarely occurring after breast augmentation surgery.
Complication: Complication occurring during surgical operations. Infection that develops unavoidably of the patient or doctor.
Contraindication: Contraindication. Treatment or surgery that should not be applied.
Cooper Ligament: Connective tissue that hangs the breast upwards.
Dual Plane: Breast augmentation procedure, where the silicone remains under the pectoral muscle tissue.
Ductal Ectasia: Enlargement of milk ducts under the nipple.
Ductus: Milk ducts.
Extended Simple Mastectomy: Removal of skin and level I lymph nodes on all breast tissue.
Flap: Application of transplanting a piece of tissue that has its feeding or blood accumulation to another area or wound.
Flap Reconstruction: Breast repair is the process of making a breast by removing tissue from the abdomen, back, or hip.
Gigantomastia: Excessive growth of breasts.
Glandular Tissue: Tissue structure found in the natural structure of the breast.
Hypoplasia: Underdeveloped breasts.
Inframammarial Fold Incision: The incision made under the breast in breast aesthetics.
Inverted Nipple: The correction of the collapsed nipple in the nipple aesthetics.
Quadrantectomy: Removal of the tumor with the quadrant covering it, the fascia behind it, and the skin on it.
Lumpectomy: The process of removing cancerous breast tissue with intact tissue around breast conservative surgery.
Mammary Gland: Postpartum milk-secreting gland on both sides of the female breast.
Mastalgia: Pain in the breast.
Mastectomy: Surgery performed to remove cancerous tissue in the breast.
Mastopexy: Mastopexy. Breast lifting surgery.
Breast Asymmetry: The emergence of shape difference between breasts as a result of disproportionate development.
Breast Reconstruction: Breast reconstruction after mastectomy (removal of cancerous tissue).
Modified Radical Mastectomy: Removal of all breast tissue, skin, level I, and level II lymph nodes.
Montgomery’s Tubercles: Montgomery tubercles (glands), which become evident in small bumps on the areola mammae during pregnancy.
Nipple- Sparing Mastectomy: Removal of the nipple.
Peri-areolar Incision: The incision made around the nipple.
Periductal Mastitis: Damage to the walls of the breast canals.
Ptotic Breast: Saggy breast.
Polymasita: Having more than two breasts.
Polythelia: Accessory nipple. Having more than one nipple.
Prepectoral: The area between the chest wall and the deep surface of the breast.
Ptosis: Falling, sagging. Ptosis in the breast refers to sagging in the breasts.
Pump: A special and digital device that controls fluid flow in the serum set.
Quadrantectomy: Surgical removal of a quadrant of the breast due to the tumor in it.
Reconstructive: Plastic surgery.
Retromammary Abscess: Abscess formed behind the breast.
Simple (Total) Mastectomy: Removal of skin with all breast tissue.
Sizer: The implant that allows determining the exact desired size before placing the original implant in breast augmentation.
Subfascial: Underside of the muscular membrane. One of the areas where the breast implant is placed.
Sub-glandular: Underside of the breast tissue. Breast implant location area.
Subpectoral: Partly sub-muscular. One of the areas where the breast implant is placed.
Symmastia: Combined nipples into the midline.
Tylectomy: Surgical removal of the tumor in the breast tissue.
Vertical Incision: The incision made parallel to the vertical body axis.
Xeromammography: A kind of mammography method. The mammography method in which the image projected on the selenium sheet is then recorded on paper.
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