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Chest Wall Resection: 7

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With the pectoralis major reflected medially, the origins of the coracobrachialis (curved clamp) and pectoralis minor (cautery) are revealed. The pectoralis minor was left in place to preserve some arm strength.       

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Chest Wall Resection: 8

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An abnormal-feeling interpectoral (Rotter's) node was found between the pectoralis major and minor. This was included with the specimen.       

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Chest Wall Resection: 9

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The axillary vein was exposed in preparation for doing the axillary dissection. The thoracodorsal pedicle and latissimus dorsi muscle are visible to the left beneath the vein.       

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