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LoSasso is board certified in General Surgery and Pediatric Surgery and we are very excited to be able to offer his expertise in pectus, as well as general pediatric surgery, to patients up and down the East Coast.
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The University Hosptial of Walesl has become the first in the UK to offer a pioneering new pectus <Bcarinatum operation to correct 'pigeon chest' where ribs appear pushed out
A broad spectrum of congenital chest wall deformities occurs and the prevalence of pectus deformities is noted to be (1-1.
Radiographic evaluation revealed dorso-ventrally flattened ribs and no problems of pectus excavatum (Fig.
One juvenile male with pectus excavatum had marked mucopurulent rhinorrhea, coughing, lethargy, tachypnea, dyspnea, and partial anorexia; he was also given an intramuscular broad-spectrum antimicrobial drug (ceftiofur, 25 mg/kg).
His breathing was exacerbated by a condition called pectus excavatum.
Caracteristicas clinicas: Baja estatura, anomalias en costillas, escoliosis (10-15%), hombros redondeados, genu valgo y pie equinovano (10-15%), pectus carinatum en la parte superior pectus excayatum en la parte inferior, pezones muy separados y de implantacion baja.
A brace compression for pectus carinatum, a chest wall deformity in which the breastbone is bowed and pushed outward, resembling a bird's breast (affecting one in 1,500 kids);
The boy was supposed to undergo an operation to correct a congenital defect, called pectus excavatum (or hollowed chest), a medical emergency