A funnel, caved-in or sunken front chest wall is caused when several ribs and the sternum grow abnormally. It is usually present at birth and worsens with rapid bone growth in the early teens, but in ... Read More
Pigeon chest is the opposite of funnel chest. The breastbone may be pushed forward by the rapid growth of the ribs, resulting in a sharp ridge or prominent central chest, hence its name.If caught earl... Read More
Usually these anomalies involve a failure to form the synchondrosis, (cartilage that links the ends of the rib cartilages at the front of the chest wall on each side of the breast bone). Depending o... Read More
Gynaecomastia is a common disorder of the male breast in which there is a benign glandular enlargement of that breast, often associated with abnormal fat deposition around the breast. The result is ... Read More
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