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The first 5 images are examples of obvious signs of Inflammatory breast cancer displaying the swollen breast, redness, inverted nipple and peau d'orange (orange-peel texture). The entire breast does not have to be affected for it to be inflammatory breast cancer, and the patient does not have to exhibit all or even most of the signs and symptoms in order to be diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer.
The last image in the 2nd row is an image of peau d'orange (orange peel textured skin)
The 3rd row has images of modified radical mastectomies.
The 4th and 5th rows have images of breast anataomy and an image of radiation burns.