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Two male surgeons operating on a patient.

Adrian Wressell

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Associate professor in thoracic surgery and specialist registrar performing a pectus excavatum, or funnel chest modified ravitch procedure. Pectus excavatum is a congenital disorder where the ribs and sternum form abnormally causing the appearence of a collapsed or sunken chest. This patient is undergoing surgical correction for the condition.

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