Victorian body, anatomical face? It looks like a steak on her face, but is actually a transverse section of the left leg with the muscles removed, showing only their compartments. All that is left is the fascia and surrounding blood vessels. On the left side you can see the larger femoral vein and artery just deep to the Sartorius muscle compartment. The great saphenous vein is embedded in the fat, close to the surface. By DIVIDUS / Society6.