Expertise and rankings

Pediatric and chest (thoracic) surgeons at Mayo Clinic are skilled at performing complex pectus excavatum repair surgeries in both children and adults. Mayo doctors typically see more than 1,000 children or adults with pectus excavatum every year.

May 02, 2017
References
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