''It's Pretty Deep!'' This Botched By Nature Patient Can ''Put a Fist'' in His Chest Cavity: Watch to Find Out Why

See what happens when Brandon tells the E! doctors his shocking story

By Jess Cohen Aug 16, 2016 2:00 PMTags
Watch: "Botched By Nature" Drs. Dubrow and Nassif Visit Iowa

The Botched By Nature doctors travel to Iowa this Wednesday!

On the next episode of the new E! series, doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif travel to Iowa to meet with Brandon, who was born with pectus excavatum.

The pectus excavatum caused Brandon's chest wall to sink in, which lead to him being teased growing up. But Brandon didn't know that he had this condition until he was 19.

"So what did you think was going on before that? And what did the doctors tell you?" Dr. Dubrow asks in the clip above.

"Nobody ever made any mention about my chest being any issue," Brandon tells the doctors.

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"Pediatrician, nothing?" Dr. Nassif asks.

Brandon tells them that his pediatrician didn't mention anything about pectus excavatum and Dr. Dubrow says he's "surprised" a pediatrician "would miss" it.

Brandon's chest wall is so "deep" that he could "put a fist" in it! So to try to help the appearance of his chest, Brandon had an implant put in, but he's now having complications.

Take a look at the video above to see how the doctors react to Brandon's story and then watch Botched By Nature to see if the doctors can help him!

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