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Left Breast Cancer with Metastasis - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Left Breast Cancer with Metastasis
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Left Breast Cancer with Metastasis - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical exhibit portrays the anterior view of a woman's left breast. This image clearly reveals the axillary lymph nodes shown transparently beneath the skin. This image allows us to show the size and extent of the large left breast mass in the central portion of the breast which extended into all four quadrants.
Also,a full body silhouette of a female figure illustrates the resulting metastasis. A red glow will also be shown surrounding these structures to symbolize their involvement through metastasis.

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