How Long Does It Take to Recover from TRAM Flap Surgery? Center

TRAM stands for Transverse Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous, a muscle and tissue of the lower abdomen between the waist and pubic bone. TRAM flap surgery uses the flap (graft) from this skin, fat, and the TRAM muscles for breast reconstruction. TRAM flap surgery is done for various conditions, including for patients who have undergone breast removal surgery (mastectomy) as part of breast cancer. Read more: How Long Does It Take to Recover from TRAM Flap Surgery? Article

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