Also know as "caved-in chest" or "funnel chest," Pectus Excavatum (PE) is a congenital deformity that causes the sternum to depress and the ribs to grow inward towards the spine.
Article on this condition.
Personal account of adult correction of pectus excavatum with much useful information and reference material about the condition.
Exploring nutritional influences, including deficiencies or nutrient processing problems.
Information on the condition with profile, weblog, forum and other useful links.
An overview which covers symptoms, diagnosis, and repair.
A description from the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the national Institutes of Health, includes image and medical advice.
A child's experience with Pectus Excavatum Surgery.
Excerpt from the Archives of Diseases in Children. Full text requires registration.
Information on pectus deformities, the kinds of treatment available and the repair surgery being undertaken at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, UK.
A podcast about Seth Goldin's experience with the Nuss procedure.
Details about the minimally invasive procedure, developed by Dr. Donald Nuss at Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters, to correct pectus excavatum.
Provides information on these conditions, surgical and non-surgical treatments, photographs and a forum.
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