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Reconstruction of congenital chest wall deformities using solid silicone onlay prostheses.

Congenital chest wall deformities include five types: pectus excavatum (funnel chest), pectus carinatum (pigeon breast), Poland's syndrome, defects of sternal fusion, and miscellaneous dysplasias and skeletal disorders. Of these five types, two, pectus excavatum and Poland's syndrome, are defects of the skeletal chest wall. These two specific anomalies comprise the vast majority of congenital defects of the chest wall and, as depression deformities, are readily amenable to surgical correction.

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