Poland syndrome

What is Poland syndrome?

Poland syndrome is a disorder in which affected individuals are born with missing or abnormal muscles on one side of the chest wall. Most individuals with Poland syndrome also have abnormalities of the hand, which often involve shortened fingers, partial fusion of the fingers, or both. The hand abnormalities usually affect the same side of the body as those of the chest.

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HI, I'm have one breast that is Bigger then the other I believe it's called Poland syndrome but I'm not sure I have very low self esteem what...

doctor1 MD

Hello,

there’s always the difference in the size of two breasts, some may experience the frank difference while in others it remains unnoticed.

So...

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i just found out my 2 month old son has poland syndrome. he is missing his right pec mussel and that is it. i do have to have x-rays and have his...

doctor1 MD

To answer to your question, Poland syndrome mostly affect isolated one pectoral muscle and many cosmetic surgeries have come up for muscle implant....

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