medical Latin, from Greek amastos “without breasts,” from privative prefix a- (see a- (3)) + mastos “breast” (see masto-) + -ia.

amastia a·mas·ti·a (ā-mās’tē-ə, ə-mās’-)
Congenital absence of one or both breasts. Also called amazia.


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