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How to know if you have Pectus Excavatum

Pectus Excavatum presents as a deformity of the sternum inwards (i.e., funnel chest) and is usually easily noticed by visual inspection. The severity of the Pectus varies widely among patients. Severity is normally defined by the Haller index, which is the ratio of the width of your chest to the distance between the deepest part… Read More »