Hello. I need your help.
I’m 20 years old male and I have a Poland syndrome (namely, the absence of both pectoral muscles on one side without deformation of the chest). I want to do a surgery. I know that broadest muscle of back can be transplanted to the front. On this occasion, I want to ask two important questions for me.
First question: is the growth of the transplanted muscle possible in the future if I train it?
Second question: is the broadest muscle of back transplanted fully during operation, or only part of it is transplanted (meaning, whether the cavity is formed behind in this case?)
PS: I want to do the surgery as soon as possible, after specifying these details.
Thanks a lot! I hope to get your help
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