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At Ventura Medical Technologies, we feel it is important that people with Pectus Excavatum consult their GP or paediatrician in order to have a correct assessment of their pathology, which will be sent to the paediatric or thoracic surgeon if this is felt necessary.

The family has a vital role in providing information about the degree of acceptance of Pectus Excavatum and can guide the affected person towards the most suitable option.

We must not forget the psychological side: it is one of the most frequent problems among Pectus Excavatum symptoms and it is sometimes missed.

It is important that children with Pectus Excavatum grow up feeling just like their classmates and receive continual attention, with regular reviews as they grow.