This chapter deals with the congenital anomalies found in the chest and includes a large section on cardiac anomalies. It also has extensive sections on infection, trauma, and tumours of the chest wall and the mediastinum. The final section covers acquired conditions and problems encountered with shunts, central lines, and chest drains.
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