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# Tubular Hypoplastic Breasts Tubular breasts are underdeveloped breasts. This is when a woman has insufficient breast tissue “milk producing cells” inside her breasts. This will cause her to either have no milk at all or a very low milk supply. This condition is also called hypoplasia, tubular breast syndrome or tuberous breast. What do Hypoplastic Breasts Look Like? Tuberous breasts are usually flat against the chest wall and often look like empty hanging sacks. The nipple and areola area is often swollen (or enlarged) and bulging at the tip. Hypoplastic breasts are usually far spaced from each other. They …


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# Joint Deformities in Rheumatoid Arthritis Thanks to earlier diagnosis and more effective treatments, joint deformities in people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are becoming less frequent and severe. What Causes Joint Deformities in RA? In a joint affected by RA, inflammatory cells of the immune system gather in the lining of the joint (called synovium), forming a fibrous layer of abnormal tissue (called pannus). The pannus releases substances that quicken bone erosion, cartilage destruction and damage to the surrounding ligaments. The involved joints lose their shape and alignment, resulting in deformities. Severe deformities lead to loss of joint function and …