Breast Reconstruction by Tram Flap – GAB

Breast Reconstruction by Tram Flap – GAB

In TRAM flap surgery, the abdominal skin and fat (together with the rectus muscle for blood supply) are used to reconstruct the breast after a mastectomy. Skin incisions usually adhere to oncologic principles, which commonly lead to the removal of skin near the biopsy sites, nipple, and areola, along with all the breast tissue.

From top to bottom: Post-op photos demonstrate how TRAM flap can make a breast nearly a mirror image to the existing unaffected breast.

An outstanding aesthetic outcome in total breast reconstruction.