Keywords:Breast, Plastic surgery, Poems, Poetry in medicine, Reconstructive Surgical Procedures
This poem is about Plastic Surgery, using two sample patients, one who has a very large bosom, making daily living impossible, and the other who has virtually no breast tissue, making her husband unhappy. It's also about how plastic surgery plays a role in the functioning/well-being of a patient. It's more than about looking pretty.
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