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What is the diagnosis? A) Achondroplasia B) Ankylosing spondylitis C) Osteogenesis imperfecta D) Pectus excavatum E) Pneumothorax

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D. Pectus excavatum. A condition in which the breastbone sinks into the chest. Pectus excavatum is often noticeable shortly after birth and typically worsens during the adolescent growth spurt. It's more common in boys. It may be associated with genetic or connective tissue diseases.
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D) Pe tus Excavatum.
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