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The purpose of this study is to to genomically characterize pectus excavatum trios (proband + 2 affected family members) for the purpose of identifying candidate genes that may be causal in families with multiple pectus excavatum affected members.
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This study aims to review the cardiopulmonary evaluation of pectus excavatum patients that are undergoing surgical repair of their deformity.
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