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The mouth buy 30mg vytorin with visa, palate and nose 147 67 The face and scalp Frontal belly of occipitofrontalis Temporalis Orbicularis oculi Zygomaticus major Zygomaticus minor Levator labii superioris (elevator of the upper lip) Buccinator Levator anguli oris (elevator of the angle of the mouth) Orbicularis oris Outline of parotid (salivary) gland Masseter Depressor anguli oris (depressor of the angle of the mouth) Depressor labii inferioris (depressor of the lower lip) Fig order 30mg vytorin free shipping. They are all sup- has an orbital part which surrounds the eye as a sphincter and closes the plied by the mandibular division of the trigeminal (p. They have only one attachment to bone, or sometimes no attach- to keep the cheeks in contact with the gums so that food does not collect ment at all, the other end of the muscle being inserted into skin or in this region. It • The facial nerve: having left the stylomastoid foramen, the facial extends deeply to come into contact with the pharynx and posteriorly it nerve enters the parotid and divides into frontal, zygomatic, buccal, is moulded around the mastoid process and sternomastoid. The whole gland is enclosed in dense fascia so mandibular branch lies below the mandible for part of its course so that that swelling of the gland, as in mumps for instance, is very painful. Lesions of the facial nerve, for example superficial to deep: the facial nerve, the retromandibular vein (the by tumours of the parotid, cause unilateral drooping of the face with beginning of the external jugular) and the external carotid artery, with loss of the normal skin creases, and it can be shown up by asking the its maxillary and superficial temporal branches. The face and scalp 149 Supraorbital artery and nerve Temporal branch Supratrochlear artery Zygomatic branch Facial artery Superficial Infraorbital nerve temporal artery Facial vein Parotid duct Labial branches Lesser occipital nerve Buccal branch Greater auricular nerve Mental nerve Posterior auricular vein Marginal mandibular branch Retromandibular vein Cervical branch Fig. It has a fibres of the palpebral part of the orbicularis oculi, some loose areolar tortuous course, passes close to the corner of the mouth and then along- tissue and skin. Partly embedded in the deep surface of the tarsal plates side the nose to end near the medial angle of the eye. It anastomoses are the tarsal (Meibomian) glands which open onto the edge of the eye- freely across the midline and with other arteries on the face. This is a possible route for infection to travel the superior fornix of the conjunctiva and thence across the eye to the from the face to the sinus. From here the tears pass into the lacrimal puncta, two minute openings in the upper and lower eyelids, and thence The eye into the lacrimal sac lying in a groove in the lacrimal bone. This drains • The conjunctiva: covers the surface of the eye and is reflected onto the tears into the nasolacrimal duct which opens into the inferior mea- the inner surface of the eyelids, the angle of reflection forming the tus of the nose. The conjunctiva over the surface of the eye is thin so that a conjunctival haemorrhage is bright red as the blood remains fully oxygenated. Small veins that pass through the skull and unite the veins of the scalp • Loose areolar tissue: this forms a plane of cleavage in head injuries with the intracranial veins. The face and scalp 151 68 The cranial cavity Cerebral veins Falx cerebri Tentorium cerebelli Endothelium of superior sagittal sinus Diaphragma sellae Emissary vein Fibrous dura Serous dura Fig. The cere- also forms two large sheetsathe falx cerebri and the tentorium cere- brospinal fluid is produced in the choroid plexuses of the lateral, 3rd belli (see below). The subarachnoid space contains the cerebrospinal between the arachnoid and pia and serves to protect the brain and spinal fluid. It tapers to a point anteriorly but pos- which forms a roof over the pituitary fossa and the pituitary gland. Veins from the cerebral hemispheres drain into the superior The cavernous sinus lies on either side of the pituitary fossa and the sagittal sinus or into diverticula from it, the lacunae laterales. Like the other venous sinuses, it is formed by a the underlying arachnoid sends small outgrowths through the serous layer of serous dura lined by endothelium. These are the arachnoid villi and they are dura from the posterior cranial fossa projects forwards into the side of the site of absorption of cerebrospinal fluid into the bloodstream. The cranial cavity 153 69 The orbit and eyeball Frontal Superior oblique Lacrimal Optic nerve Trochlear Central artery of retina Oculomotor Ophthalmic artery Abducent Oculomotor Nasociliary Fibrous ring Inferior oblique Fig. The most important branch of the ophthalmic artery is the central and 6th cranial nerves and the three branches of the ophthalmic division artery of the retina which enters the optic nerve and is the only blood of the trigeminal nerve. The outermost is a tough superior and inferior ophthalmic veins drain it, passing through the fibrous layer, the sclera. Anteriorly, the • The superior orbital fissure: this slit-like opening is divided into sclera is replaced by the transparent cornea, which is devoid of vessels two parts by the fibrous ring that forms the origin of the main muscles or lymphatics and can therefore be transplanted. Behind the cornea, the choroid is replaced by • Above the ringafrontal, lacrimal and trochlear nerves. These, when they contract, • The inferior orbital fissure: transmits the maxillary nerve and some relax the lens capsule and allow the lens to expand; thus they are used in small veins. The lens the levator palpebrae superioris which is inserted into the upper eyelid lies behind the pupil and is enclosed in a delicate capsule. The ciliary body secretes the aqueous humour into the posterior • The medial rectusaturns the eyeball medially. The aqueous then passes • The superior rectusabecause of the different long axes of the orbit through the pupil into the anterior chamber and is reabsorbed into the and of the eyeball, turns the eye upwards and medially. Any interference with this process can give rise • The inferior rectusafor the same reason, turns the eye downwards to a dangerous increase in intra-ocular pressure, a condition known as and medially. It turns the eye down- The retina consists of an inner nervous layer and an outer pigmented wards and laterally. The nervous layer has an innermost layer of ganglion cells whose tract together, the eye turns directly downwards.

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Insulin and related proteins have been shown to increase the risk of cancer diagnosis and increase risk of cancer recurrence two-fold. Other metabolic hormones play a role between obesity and breast cancer recurrence. Physical Examination The physical breast examination is a step by step process that should be carried out by an experienced practitioner, examining each breast, nipple and regional nodes through observation and palpation in both the erect and supine position. Skin oedema of the breast erythema (skin reddening) or a palpable breast mass, nipple retraction, asymmetry or changes of the character of the skin and regional node presence, size and character should all be noted. Other causes of breast masses Presentation Diagnosis Treatment Cystic Mass Firm/rubbery, Direct Ultrasound/ Aspiration, Follow-Up in Aspiration 6-8 weeks, Excisional Biopsy (if aspiration bloody) Fibroadenomas Non-tender, round, Triple Test Evaluation Observation/follow-up (Common in women macrolobulated masses (Physical Exam, studies, complete under 40 years) that are firm/ rubbery. Mammography and Fine surgical excision Needle Aspiration) Hematoma Ecchymosis (blood below Breast Imaging- Supportive garments, subcutaneous tissue) mammography analgesics and needle painful tender mass. During a mammography each breast is placed between two plates and compressed so that a clear image is obtained. During a screening mammography 2 X-Rays are taken of each breast of asymptomatic women to detect change at a preclinical stage, this is the primary role of mammography. After analyzing mammographic images, radiologists classify findings into five categories (see table). American Cancer Society and American College of Radiology guidelines for screening for breast cancer and appropriate use of mammography state: Asymptomatic Women  Women of 20 years of age or older should perform Breast Screening Examination monthly. Symptomatic Women  Any women experiencing signs or symptoms of breast cancer or unusual changes to the breasts should have a thorough breast examination including mammography and ultrasound despite age, to determine whether cancer is present. A diagnostic mammography includes additional views such as spot compression or magnification views for a more detailed report. Its sensitivity is 65-98% and specificity is 34-100% in diagnosing breast lesions (Irish Cancer Society, 2011). The palpable breast mass is trapped and a fine needle is slowly inserted into the mass. After several advances within the mass along multiple planes the needle is withdrawn and the specimen is placed on a slide for investigation. Excisional Biopsy Excisional Biopsy is the complete surgical removal of a palpable breast lesion and is indicated if Needle biopsy is not feasible or if it is non-diagnostic or discordant with imaging results. Depending on the likelihood of malignancy, a rim of surrounding normal breast tissue can be removed. The patient is usually under local anaesthetic and 21 sedation with placement of the incision determined by both oncologic and cosmetic considerations. Langer’s lines are natural lines of skin tension and creasing and incisions along them produce optimal cosmetic results. The breast lesion is removed and the biopsy cavity is examined for further abnormality or suspect lesions. Non-invasive or invasive breast cancer Cells Non-invasive breast cancers stay within the ducts/lobules. Cell Grade A 1-3 Grade Scale with Gr 1 cells slightly different to normal cells and Gr 3 cells appearing very different to normal cells and growing in a rapid and disorganised pattern. Tumour Necrosis (Cell death) This is often a sign of a rapidly growing aggressive form of breast cancer. Surgical Margins The surgeon examines the rim of the tissue removed (surgical margin). If there are no cancerous cells on the outer rim of the removed tissue it is described as clear, it there is cancerous cells present it is called positive and if there is cancerous cells close to the edge it is called close. Vascular or Lymphatic Invasion Describes whether the cancerous cells have infiltrated the vascular/lymphatic system supplying the breast. Ploidy Diploid cancers cells have the same amount of chromosomes as normal cells and tend to be slower growing, less aggressive cells. Aneuploid cancer cells have too many/too little amount of chromosomes and tend to be rapid growing aggressive cells. Hormone Receptor Status Hormone receptor status determines if hormone therapy would be appropriate. Tumour is < 5 cms across, and has spread to underarm lymph nodes that T0 N2 M0 are attached to each other or nearby tissue. Or may have spread to lymph nodes behind the breastbone but T3 N2 M0 not spread to underarm lymph nodes. Tumour can be any size and has grown into the chest wall or the skin of T4 N0 M0 the breast.

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