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Question 1:
How do you write Areola in latin?
areola mammae
Archidioecesis Leopolitana Latinorum
Dioecesis Siedlecensis
canales alveolares maxillae

Question 2: In anatomy, an areola, plural areolae, (diminutive of ________ area, "open place") is any circular area such as the colored skin surrounding the nipple.
Vulgar LatinOld LatinLatinRoman Empire

Question 3: Other small openings in the areola are sebaceous glands, known as Montgomery's glands (or glands of Montgomery), which provide lubrication to protect the area around the nipple and assist with ________ and pumping of the lactation.
AsthmaInfant formulaBreastfeedingCoeliac disease

Question 4: Human areolae are mostly circular in shape but many women and some men have areolae that are noticeably ________.
EllipseOrbitElliptic orbitConic section

Question 5: This article is about the breast tissue. For the ________ term, see the glossary of Lepidopteran terms.

Question 6: Although the term is most commonly used to describe the ________ area around the human nipple (areola mammae), it can also be used to describe other small circular areas such as the inflamed region surrounding a pimple.

Question 7: Careful inspection of a mature human female nipple will reveal several small openings arranged radially around the tip of the nipple (lactiferous ducts) from where milk is released during ________.
LactationMenstrual cyclePregnancyEstrous cycle

Question 8: For an artistic cloud motif, see ________.
AureolaTrinityHalo (religious iconography)Orthodox Church

Question 9: One reason the color of the areola differs from that of the rest of the ________ is that the areola roughly delineates where the ducts of the mammary glands are.
PenisFemale ejaculationRectumBreast

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