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In proposed rule document 01-18207 beginning on page 37940 in the issue of Friday, July 20, 2001, make the following correction:
On page 37941, in the third column, the table is being reprinted in part to read as follows:
|Both or one||0|
|Note: For VA purposes:|
|(1) Radical mastectomy means removal of the entire breast, underlying pectoral muscles, and regional lymph nodes up to the coracoclavicular ligament.|
|(2) Modified radical mastectomy means removal of the entire breast and axillary lymph nodes (in continuity with the breast). Pectoral muscles are left intact.|
|(3) Simple (or total) mastectomy means removal of all of the breast tissue, nipple, and a small portion of the overlying skin, but lymph nodes and muscles are left intact.|
|(4) Wide local excision (including partial mastectomy, lumpectomy, tylectomy, segmentectomy, and quadrantectomy) means removal of a portion of the breast tissue.|
[FR Doc. C1-18207 Filed 5-29-02; 8:45 am]
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