Breast Cancer Carcinoma & Englarged Axillary & Supraclavicular Lymph Nodes - Print Quality Instant Download
The exhibit illustrates healthy versus cancerous anatomy of the right breast and lymph nodes. During breast cancer, a carcinoma is often detected as a solid mass with thickened skin. In the presence of a cancerous mass, axillary and supraclavicular lymph nodes can become swollen as increased infection-fighting cells arrive via the lymphatic system to fight the carcinoma.
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