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Pectus carinatum


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pectus carinatum

Pectus carinatum

pectus carinatum

Effect of the compressive brace in pectus carinatum

Editorial Comment: The Nuss operation for pectus carinatum

P-174DYNAMIC COMPRESSION SYSTEM AND PECTUS CARINATUM

120MINIMALLY INVASIVE REPAIR OF PECTUS CARINATUM

New minimally invasive technique for correction of pectus carinatum

Pectus carinatum—first ultrastructural findings of a potential metabolic lesion

Factors affecting patient compliance with compressive brace therapy for pectus carinatum

P-278DEVELOPMENT OF A MINIMALLY INVASIVE PECTUS CARINATUM BAR

Quality of life of patients who have undergone the minimally invasive repair of pectus carinatum

Pectus carinatum: the effects of orthotic bracing on pulmonary function and gradual compression on patient compliance

Preliminary study of efficacy of dynamic compression system in the correction of typical pectus carinatum

O-107DYNAMIC COMPRESSION SYSTEM FOR CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF PECTUS CARINATUM PATIENTS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM BASEL

Does overgrowth of costal cartilage cause pectus carinatum? A three-dimensional computed tomography evaluation of rib length and costal cartilage length in patients with asymmetric pectus carinatum

Pectus excavatum and pectus carinatum patients suffer from lower quality of life and impaired body image: a control group comparison of psychological characteristics prior to surgical correction

Minimally invasive repair of pectus carinatum using a newly designed bar and stabilizer: a single-institution experience

Sub-axillary access with the use of costal cartilages articulated bars for correction of pectus carinatum

 

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Pigeon breast: protrusion deformity of anterior chest wall. The opposite of Pectus excavatum. Much less common. Can be chondrogladiolar (most prominent at xiphisternum) or chondromanubrial (most prominent at sternomanubrium).

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