Pectus excavatum

Specialty of Ophthalmology

Pectus excavatum or pectus excavatum deformity is an abnormal rib cage that gives the chest a sunken appearance in the area of the sternum. This deformity is congenital and usually occurs during pregnancy. If this collapse is severe, the patient may experience problems with the heart and lungs, causing difficulties during exercise.

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