Currarino-Silverman Syndrome (Pectus Carinatum Type 2 Deformity) and Mitral Valve Disease
Currarino-Silverman syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by premature fusion of manubrio-sternal joint and the sternal segments, resulting in a high carinate chest deformity; it is frequently associated with congenital heart disease. Among the various heart lesions reported in this syndrome, mitral valve disease and coarctation of the aorta have not yet been described (to our knowledge). Our report consists of five children with this syndrome, four of whom had mitral valve disease, with an associated coarctation of the aorta in one patient. The fifth patient had an innocent heart murmur.
Chidambaram, B and Mehta, A. V., "Currarino-Silverman Syndrome (Pectus Carinatum Type 2 Deformity) and Mitral Valve Disease" (1992). ETSU Faculty Works. 270.