Poland Syndrome is a rare birth defect. This syndrome occurs during fetal development and the baby is born with physical defects. As a parent the first notable sign you might see are some of the child’s fingers are webbed on one hand. The other main physical sign of Poland Syndrome is an under-developed or missing chest muscle on the same side of the body as the webbed fingers. This is not something that a parent or indeed doctor may be able to see without some further investigations


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