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Anatomía de los senos - Medical Animation

 

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Anatomía de los senos - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: En la actualidad, el cáncer de seno es la forma de cáncer más común en las mujeres. El hecho de que conozca más sobre la anatomía de sus propios senos puede ayudar con la detección temprana del cáncer de seno y su prevención. Sus senos están unidos a pequeñas masas de tejido llamadas ganglios linfáticos mediante vasos linfáticos. Los ganglios linfáticos se encargan de acumular bacterias, células cancerígenas y cualquier otro material poco saludable. Existen grupos de estos ganglios linfáticos debajo de los brazos, por encima de las clavículas y detrás del esternón, como también en otras partes del cuerpo. Cada seno tiene lóbulos, lobulillos y conductos. Los lóbulos constan de pequeños lobulillos que contienen grupos de diminutas glándulas productoras de leche. Cuando un seno está produciendo leche, ésta pasa por los conductos hasta el pezón, desde donde sale del cuerpo. El cáncer de seno se desarrolla con frecuencia en los lobulillos, glándulas y conductos del pecho.

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