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    1. Reddening of the skin caused by dilitation of the blood capillaries
    4. Surgical removal of one or both breasts
    6. Cyst or sinus in the tissues of the sacrococcygeal area that contains hair
    8. Any disease that is caused by a fungus
    10. Excessive development of the male mammary glands
    12. Surgical removal of a tumor or other lump, as well as some surrounding tissue, from the breast to conserve normal appearance of the breast
    15. An overactive sebaceous gland that results in an excessive amount of sebum
    17. Melanocytes are located in this bottom layer, which is sometimes called Stratum Germinativum, and produce melanin.
    18. Relating to itching
Down
    2. Altering the size of the breast(s) by enlarging or reduce them
    3. A superficial pyoderma, which is contagious and caused by Staphylococcus aureus (staph) or Streptococcus pyogenes (strep)
    5. Plastic surgical fixation to reshape or lift the breasts(s) to make them look less saggy
    7. A nevus where nests of melanocytes are identified in the dermis, however, not at the epidermal-dermal junction
    9. Common cyst of the skin that contains sebum and keratin
    11. A limited malformation of the skin, particularly one colored by hyperpigmentation
    13. Common autoimmune condtion that presents as an eruption of reddish, silvery-scaled maculopapules
    14. Pathologic death of one or more cells, or of a portion of organ or tissue, that results in irreversible damage
    16. A nodular, firm, and usually linear mass of hyperplastic, thick scar tissue