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Mamma

  • R. Bässler

Zusammenfassung

Die Brustdrüse als paarig angelegtes Organ stellt physiologischerweise die einzige zur Entwicklung gelangte Anlage eines embryologisch ausgedehnten mastogenen Terrains der lateralen Thorax- und Bauchregion dar. Unter dem Einfluß mammotroper Hormone bildet sich während der Geschlechtsreife ein Drüsenkörper aus, der bei der Frau kaum 3 Jahrzehnte lang einen annähernd gleichbleibenden Aufbau besitzt und von individuellen und konstitutionellen Faktoren in Form und Größe abhängig ist.

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