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Rare disease: men do not half pectoral muscle

Rare disease: men do not half pectoral muscle

Rare disease: men do not half pectoral muscle

Paul has Darrocha rare disease – a syndrome Polanda. Because of this disease one of the chest he fell in the absence of the pectoralis major muscle. For the first time this issue Pal started thinking at 15 years of age when he started going to the gym. After a few months of training, the muscles on the left side of his chest began to rise, but remained suspicious of the right underdeveloped, writes The Daily Express.

Syndrome was named after the surgeon Sir Alfred Polanda. It is caused by a lack of fat and muscle tissue on one side of the chest. Among other symptoms may include underdeveloped arm, hand, and fused fingers (sort of webbing). Usually these problems are beginning to be evident especially in adolescence, when the body is growing rapidly.

So far, the cause of the syndrome Polanda not known, however, suggestions that the whole point in changing the blood flow in the early stages of pregnancy. There is no treatment other than recovery operation there, with absolute guarantees regarding the success of the operation are not given.

Plastic surgeon advised to Semi temporary filler gel with Macrolane, to visually build muscle volume. This procedure is 1,400 pounds and requires repeated injections over the next two years.