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9/18/20
Breast Implant - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Breast Implant - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical exhibit pictures the primary reconstruction of the breast following a total mastectomy from a sagittal view (cut-away section viewed from the side). It features two side by side comparative views of the thorax wall. The initial view shows the chest wall after a mastectomy while the second image illustrates a reconstructed breast with subcutaneous implant. Labels identify the chest wall after mastectomy, reconstructed breast and implant.

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