Poland Syndrome is a rare condition that is evident at birth (congenital). Associated features may be extremely variable from case to case. However, it is classically characterized by absence (aplasia) of chest wall muscles on one side of the body (unilateral) and abnormally short, webbed fingers (symbrachydactyly) of the hand...
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Symptoms and Signs
may be associated with Mendelian inherited conditions
Autosomal dominant conditions
Poland syndrome: Definition(s) via UMLS.....Code translations and terms via UMLS.
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