What are the contents of men with breasts?
the chest has always been a fascination of the woman’s body. Sensitive parts of the body is also the means of growth and development of infants through breast milk. But not only a woman’s breasts contain milk glands. A woman’s breasts are very complex structures. Moreover, adipose tissue and is composed of connective tissue, breast milk also has channels, blood vessels, lymph nodes and the structure known as the lobes and lobules. Mayoclinic reported on Tuesday (01/11/2011), each breast is 12-20 parts of the lobules (glands that produce milk at the end of the block) and channels (milk ducts). Towards the nipple, each channel widens into a sac (ampulla). Breast-feeding, milk duct to carry the alveoli (the milk lobules bag) and the dark areas of skin on the breast (the areola or the dark area around the nipple). From the areola, the channel into multiple channels to align with the end of the nipple.
Specifically, as reported by Imagine, female breast is composed of:
1. Mammary glands (lobules) that produce milk
Second Channel or tube that carries milk by the mammary glands (lobules) for the third Nipple areola (the pigmented area of pink or brown around the nipple)
4. Connective tissue (fibrosis) that surrounds the lobules and the channel
5. Male breast fat tissue began to develop in the sixth week
fetal life. Initially, the breast tissue is developed along the line extends to the underarm and groin (this is called the crest of the milk).
In the ninth week of fetal life, growth returned to the chest area, leaving two breast buds upper chest. Columns of cells grow in women of each breast bud, becoming separate sweat glands with duct tape (milk ducts) that lead to the nipple.
Women’s breasts do not develop before entering puberty (around 10 or 11 years), ie, when the body undergoes many changes to prepare for reproduction.
When the pubic hair begins to grow, your breasts will respond to changes in hormones in the body. In particular, the production of two hormones, namely estrogen and progesterone, which is a sign of glandular breast tissue growth.
The initial growth of the breast can be a bit ‘painful for some women. During this time, fat and breast tissue becomes more flexible. Breasts channel has started to grow and continue to grow menstruation begins (typically 1-2 years after breast development has already begun). Menstruation prepares the breasts and ovaries of a possible pregnancy. Here are some stages of breast development in women:
1. Before puberty, the breast plate with the exception of the nipple is pushed in the chest.
Precocious puberty Second, the areola (nipple area) becomes prominent and the breast buds start filling.
3. End of puberty, the increase in glandular tissue and fat in the breast and areola (nipple) becomes flat.