Papillary Breast Cancer

Also called papillary carcinoma, papillary breast cancer is a rare form of breast cancer where the tumor is cyst-like. The cancer starts in the breast’s milk duct, usually under the nipple, causing a bloody nipple discharge. Papillary breast cancer is generally non-invasive in nature and rarely occurs or spreads outside the milk ducts. The cancer […]

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Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is a type of cancer that happens when a malignant tumor grows in the breast tissue. The tumor develops when the genes responsible to regulate healthy breast cell growth get mutated or subjected to abnormal changes, resulting in damage to the cells. Cells are constantly being produced in our bodies to replace dying […]

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Breast Abscess (Mastitis)

Breast abscess is basically the inflamed, pus-filled, and hardened breast tissue felt as a lump. The abscess is due to bacteria (staphylococcus aureus) that cause the breast to turn inflamed and red, resulting in an infection called mastitis. If the infection is not treated in time, a breast abscess likely results. The pus comprises a […]

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Wireless Charging

Also called inductive charging, wireless charging or wireless power transfer is a technique to charge battery-powered electronics without a physical connection (almost). There are no physical cables and connectors in the mix, which results in a much tidier and convenient charging environment. However, not all devices compatible with wireless charging have the capability built into […]

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Ionic Bond

Also called electrovalent bond, an ionic bond is the electrostatic attraction existing between ions, forcing them to bond together. In other words, when an electron moves from one atom to the atom of another element, the atom losing the electron gets positively charged and the one gaining gets negatively charged. The atom that’s a part […]

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