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Acro-Pectoro-Renal Field Defect

What is Acro-Pectoro-Renal Field Defect?

Acro-Pectoro-Renal Field Defect is a very rare disease of a Poland anomaly. A Poland anomaly, named after named after British surgeon Alfred Poland, is a genetic disorder in which the patients are missing or have underdeveloped muscles on one side of the body. These abnormalities can affect the hand, arm, shoulder and chest. The abnormalities vary in their severity from one individual to another.

What are the symptoms of Acro-Pectoro-Renal Field Defect?

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What causes Acro-Pectoro-Renal Field Defect?

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How is Acro-Pectoro-Renal Field Defect diagnosed?

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What are the treatments for Acro-Pectoro-Renal Field Defect?

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Where can I find out more about Acro-Pectoro-Renal Field Defect?

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