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Physical exam by examining the breast and nearby underarm tissue for lumps, skin changes, nipple discharge, or lymph nodes, a doctor can find any abnormalities in the. breast tissue is located on top of the muscles of the chest wall. Blood vessels and lymphatic vessels (a system of vessels that drains fluid) are located throughout the breast. The lymphatic vessels in the breast drain to the lymph nodes in the underarm area (axilla) and behind the breast bone (sternum). This diagram was provided to me by one of my surgical partners to describe what is going on in the breast tissue. You also need to remember that most breast cancers take 10 to 12 years to grow to a point where they can be felt as a dime size mass. The connective tissue stroma is a supporting structure which surrounds the mammary glands. The fibrous stroma condenses to form suspensory ligaments (of cooper). These ligaments have two main functions attach and secure the breast to the dermis and underlying pectoral fascia. diagram of human breast diagram of human breast anatomy organ in this image, you will find an adipose tissue, lobe, areola, nipple, opening of the lactiferous duct, lactiferous duct, lobule containing alveoli in it. The female breast is mostly made up of a collection of fat cells called adipose tissue. This tissue extends from the collarbone down to the underarm and across to the middle of the ribcage. the mammary glands located in the breast are responsible for producing milk for a suckling baby following childbirth. Each gland consists of a series of lobules, or glands that produce milk. The breast runs from the second rib at the top (superiorly) to the sixth rib at the bottom (inferiorly) although larger breasts and the lactating breast may extend further down. The underlying tissue that makes up the breast is attached to the overlying skin by s uspensory ligaments (also known as coopers ligaments or suspensory ligaments of.). Breast development and function depend on hormones produced by the ovaries, namely estrogen and progesterone. Estrogen elongates the ducts and causes them to create side branches. Progesterone increases the number and size of the lobules in order to prepare the breast for nourishing a baby.