Breast volume and anthropomorphic measurements: normal values.

@article{Smith1986BreastVA,
  title={Breast volume and anthropomorphic measurements: normal values.},
  author={David J. Smith and W E Palin and Victor L. Katch and John E. Bennett},
  journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery},
  year={1986},
  volume={78 3},
  pages={331-5}
}
Fifty-five consecutive female volunteers were evaluated. Linear measurements of the breast and nipple position were determined to fixed points on the chest wall. Volume determination was done by a standard chest-wall casting technique. A highly significant difference was found between left and right breasts in the axilla-to-nipple distance and nipple-to-midline measurements. A significant difference was also found in the distance from the lowest point of the breast (patient upright) to the… CONTINUE READING

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