This case report details the diagnosis and treatment of a previously unreported complication of a congenital chest wall anomaly. Our patient presented with a painful anterior sternoclavicular joint subluxation secondary to a bicipital rib. Thoracic magnetic resonance and computed tomographic imaging provided the diagnosis. Complete resolution of symptoms was achieved after resection of the bicipital rib.
- Bicipital rib
- Congenital anomaly
- Sternoclavicular joint
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health