Chest Surgery

Welcome to the Mayo Clinic Chest Surgery Page. Chest surgery at Mayo Clinic (also known as thoracic surgery) involves the organs of the chest, but extends to the esophagus (tube between mouth and stomach), the trachea (airway) and the chest wall (rib cage and breastbone).

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Mon, Dec 11, 2017 8:00am

Pectus Toolkit

By Mayo Clinic Chest Surgery Team, @mayoclinicchestsurgeryteam

Pectus ExcavatumAdult pectus excavatum evaluation and repair can be a time of both excitement and fear. Our team has developed a Pectus Toolkit to help guide patients along their pectus journey. The goal of the toolkit is to reduce anxiety, answer questions, and provide ongoing up-to-date resources in a patient friendly manner. So regardless of being seen and evaluated in Arizona, Florida, or Minnesota we hope you have the tools you need to have the best possible outcome.

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