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There is a rare and perplexing congenital condition known today as Poland’s Syndrome. This extremely unusual disorder that is present at birth falls very near and dear to my heart. I will explain in later paragraphs.
An anatomy student by the name of Alfred Poland made the first documented observation in 1841 at Guy’s Hospital in London. Alfred Poland discovered this extraordinary and unexplored abnormality while dissecting the cadaver of a convict that was hung for murder. The description Alfred Poland first provided was that of a congenital thoracic anomalies involving the pectoralis major and pectoralis minor with additional abnormalities on the affected side of the body (ipsilateral) consisting of webbed or fused phalanges (syndactyly). The term Poland’s Syndactyly was used to describe this disorder until 1967 when Baudinne renamed it, Poland’s Syndrome. It was felt that the condition would be mo...
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