Pectus excavatum is an unusual congenital condition and, as such, there is a relative paucity of published information concerning the condition in companion animals. Pectus excavatum is more commonly reported in cats than dogs and so this article will discuss the presentation, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of this unusual condition in feline patients.
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