Due to reduced power, MSK Monmouth is rescheduling some patient appointments. Read more. What does the inside of the breast look like? This illustration shows the makeup of breast anatomy both inside and outside. This information will help you visualize what parts of the breast your doctor is referring to.
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Breast development happens in certain stages during a woman's life: first before birth, again at puberty, and later during the childbearing years. This starts with a thickening in the chest area called the mammary ridge or milk line. By the time a baby girl is born, nipples and the beginnings of the milk-duct system have formed. The first thing to develop are lobes, or small subdivisions of breast tissue.
Breasts are made up of fat and breast tissue, along with nerves, veins, arteries and connective tissue that helps hold everything in place. The main chest muscle the pectoralis muscle is found between the breast and the ribs in the chest wall. Image source: National Cancer Institute www.