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4/16/21
Progression of Breast Cancer - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Progression of Breast Cancer - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Shows two illustrations of the left breast: one during early stage cancer and one at an advanced stage of cancer metastasis (metastatic). The image on the left shows the location of a primary lesion in the breast tissue along with the associated lymph nodes in the breast and axilla (arm pit). On the right, the axillary lymph nodes are shown with a metastatic lesion after some time has passed.

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