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Figure 3.135. If the abnormality is not obvious, then extending the arms is a means of better demonstrating the abnormality as seen in the same infant. Note the absence of the nipple. Occasionally there may be some abnormalities underlying the defect.
Poland Anomaly

Figure 3.137. Another example of Poland's anomaly. In this infant the defect is more severe, in that in addition to die lack of the pectoralis major diere are defects in other muscles such as the absence of the pectoralis minor. In Poland's anomaly, 75% of the infants are male and in 70% the right side is affected.

Figure 3.137. Another example of Poland's anomaly. In this infant the defect is more severe, in that in addition to die lack of the pectoralis major diere are defects in other muscles such as the absence of the pectoralis minor. In Poland's anomaly, 75% of the infants are male and in 70% the right side is affected.

Figure 3.136. The hands of die same infant show the brachysyndactyly. The hand on the affected side is usually smaller than that on the unaffected side. There is usually no bony synostosis. Less commonly the forearm is smaller on the affected side.

Figure 3.138. The defect the chest wall was due to a deformation resulting from the abnormal hand being held in the "position-of-comfort" where it was lodged during the last few weeks of gestation.

Figure 3.138. The defect the chest wall was due to a deformation resulting from the abnormal hand being held in the "position-of-comfort" where it was lodged during the last few weeks of gestation.

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