Woman after mastectomy, showing trans–rectus abdominis muscle (TRAM) and surrounding tissues, in preparation for reconstruction.
A mastectomy site
B right trans rectus abdominis muscle
C left trans rectus abdominal muscle
D segment of abdominal tissues: skin and fat, to be transferred along with muscle to create the new breast
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