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By Christopher D. M. Fletcher, Philip H. McKee

ISBN-10: 0713145579

ISBN-13: 9780713145571

ISBN-10: 0906923476

ISBN-13: 9780906923474

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1 Mammillary fistula. This section through areolar skin and adjacent breast tissue shows an in­ flamed fistulous tract, communicat­ ing with a small abscess cavity (left). Such a fistula most often occurs as a complication of re­ current pyogenic mastitis and may be associated with duct obstruction or duct ectasia. Lactation is a common predis­ posing factor . 2 Fibrocystic disease. This breast tissue has been sectioned to show diffuse fibrosis and multiple cysts of variable size . Thi s condition is extremely common, is often bilateral and usually affects females in the 4th and 5th decades.

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