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What is Poland Syndrome 

Poland Syndrome: Understanding the Rare Condition


Poland Syndrome is a rare congenital condition that affects approximately 1 in 30,000 people. It is characterized by underdevelopment or absence of chest muscles on one side of the body, which can lead to a number of physical and psychological challenges.


Symptoms of Poland Syndrome can vary, but typically include a visibly smaller chest on one side of the body, webbing or fusion of the fingers on the affected side, and a smaller hand or arm. In some cases, there may also be abnormalities in the ribs or breastbone.


While the exact cause of Poland Syndrome is unknown, it is believed to be the result of a genetic mutation that occurs early in fetal development. It is not typically inherited, but rather occurs spontaneously.


Diagnosis of Poland Syndrome is typically made through physical examination and imaging tests, such as X-rays or MRI scans. Treatment options vary depending on the severity of the condition and the individual's specific needs, but may include reconstructive surgery, physical therapy, and psychological counseling.


At Rao's Aesthetic surgery Clinic, we specialise in the treatment of Poland Syndrome. Our team of experienced plastic and reconstructive surgeons have a deep understanding of the unique challenges posed by Poland Syndrome, and are dedicated to providing personalized care to each and every patient.


We offer a range of treatment options for Poland Syndrome, including reconstructive surgery to restore chest muscle development, hand and finger surgeries to address webbing or fusion, and other procedures to correct abnormalities in the chest, ribs, or breastbone.


Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with the latest technology and equipment, and we use only the highest quality surgical instruments and materials. We are committed to using the most advanced techniques and practices to ensure that our patients receive the best possible outcomes.


If you or a loved one is living with Poland Syndrome, we are here to help. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about our treatment options. Let us help you achieve the confidence and quality of life you deserve.

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