Mixed Pectus deformities
Though less common than 'isolated' pectus deformity, mixed types are the most challenging form both in terms of diagnosis, including associated issues and treatment. Typically mixed pectus deformities are a combination of both pectus excavatum and carinatum. Though typically seen in isolation the most important associated syndrome seen in such patients is Poland's syndrome.
A young boy with a mixed type of pectus deformity with a predominant pectus excavatum and right-sided mild carinatum and associated mild bilateral rib flaring