Poland syndrome

Our Poland syndrome Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Poland syndrome Poland syndrome: A developmental disorder of the chest wall involving a unique pattern of one-sided malformations characterized by a defect (absence or underdevelopment) of the main chest muscle (the pectoralis major) on one side of the ...
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poland syndrome

<syndrome> A syndrome which is characterised by symbrachydactyly and aplasia of the sternal head of pectoralis major. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Poland syndrome

(po´lәnd) unilateral absence of the sternocostal head of the pectoralis major muscle and ipsilateral syndactyly; called also Poland anomaly.
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Poland Syndrome

Poland syndrome affects approximately 1 out of every 30,000 births and seems to occur more often on males than females. The disorder affects the fat and muscles on one side of the body and is more common on the right side than the left. Common symptoms of the birth defect include abnormalities in the chest muscles and missing or abnormal breasts/ni...
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Poland syndrome

Type: Term Pronunciation: pō′lănd Definitions: 1. an anomaly consisting of absence of the pectoralis major and minor muscles, ipsilateral breast hypoplasia, and absence of two to four rib segments.
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Poland Syndrome

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Poland syndrome

Poland syndrome (also Poland`s syndrome, Poland`s syndactyly, Poland sequence, and Poland`s anomaly) is a rare birth defect characterized by underdevelopment or absence of the chest muscle (pectoralis) on one side of the body, and usually also webbing of the fingers (cutaneous syndactyly) of the hand on the same side (the ipsilateral hand). Pol......
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