A third nipple is a condition where a person has an extra nipple on their body in addition to the two nipples located on the breasts or chest. The Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center GARD states that cases of a person having a third nipple are relatively common, and many people with a third nipple may not even realise they have one. The presence of additional nipples is also known as polymastia or polythelia; they are sometimes referred to as accessory nipples. They occur in roughly 1—5 percent of the population.
Tuberous breasts or tubular breasts are a result of a congenital abnormality  of the breasts which can occur in both men and women also see Hypoplasia , one breast or both. During puberty breast development is stymied and the breasts fail to develop normally and fully. The exact cause of this is as yet unclear; however, a study in of the cells in the breasts of both males and females with tubular breasts suggested a genetic link in a disorder of collagen deposition. The tuberous breast deformity was first described by Rees and Aston in  following which a method of classifying the severity was developed. The surgical classifications refer to which areas of the breast are affected and is divided into three grades; mainly in the inferomedial quadrant Grade I ; in the two inferior quadrants Grade II ; or affecting the whole breast Grade III. This condition is also known as constricted breasts, tubular breasts, herniated areolar complexes,  conical breast, domen nipple, lower pole hypoplasia and hypoplastic breasts. Tuberous breasts are not simply small or underdeveloped breasts.
Accessory breast tissue is a relatively common congenital condition in which abnormal accessory breast tissue is seen in addition to the presence of normal breast tissue. This normal variant can present as a mass anywhere along the course of the embryologic mammary streak axilla to the inguinal region. Most women are unaware of their accessory breast tissue and it is detected incidentally on a mammogram. Discomfort, pain, milk secretion, axillary thickening, and local skin irritation can occur. Accessory breast tissue responds to hormonal stimulation and may become more evident during menarche, pregnancy, or lactation.
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