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- Poland Syndrome Thorax

- Pectus Carinatum

- Minimally invasive repair after inefficient open surgery for pectus excavatum

- Minimally invasive repair of pectus carinatum using a newly designed bar and stabilizer: a single-institution experience

- The search for stability: bar displacement in three series of pectus excavatum patients treated with the Nuss technique

- Technical modifications in stabilisers and in bar removal in the Nuss procedure

- Compromised cardiac function in exercising teenagers with pectus excavatum

- Extending the use of Nuss procedure in patients older than 30 years

- Correction of a severe pouter pigeon breast by triple sternal osteotomy with a novel titanium rib bridge fixation

- Intermediate outcome and dynamic computerised tomography after chest wall reconstruction with the STRATOS titanium rib bridge system: video demonstration of preserved bucket-handle rib motion

- A 5-year experience with a minimally invasive technique for pectus carinatum repair

- A minimally invasive technique to repair pectus carinatum. Preliminary report

- Correlations of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis and pectus excavatum

- Hinge reinforcement plate for adult pectus excavatum repair: a novel tool for the prevention of intercostal muscle strip

- Mechanical occlusion of the inferior vena cava: An early complication after repair of pectus excavatum using the Nuss procedure

- Development of supravalvular pulmonary artery stenosis following a Nuss procedure