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- paediatric clinical genetics and dysmorphology
- thoracic medicine
- plastic and reconstructive surgery
- cardiothoracic surgery
An 18-year-old woman presented to the infectious diseases clinic with a recurrent lower urinary tract infection, but on a routine full-body examination, she was noted to have a right hypoplastic pectoralis major muscle and breast (figure 1, panel A), plus brachydactyly of the right hand (figure 1, panel B). The patient reported that these findings had been present since birth. She noted no diminished …
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