malrotation


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malrotation

 [mal″ro-ta´shun]
abnormal or pathologic rotation, as of the vertebral column; failure of normal rotation of an organ, as of the gut, during embryological development.

mal·ro·ta·tion

(mal'rō-tā'shŭn),
Failure during embryonic development of normal rotation of all or part of an organ or system such as midgut or kidney.

malrotation

/mal·ro·ta·tion/ (-ro-ta´shun)
1. abnormal or pathologic rotation, as of the vertebral column.
2. failure of normal rotation of an organ, as of the gut, during embryonic development.

malrotation

[mal′rōtā′shən]
1 any abnormal rotation of an organ or body part, such as the vertebral column or a tooth.
2 a failure of the intestinal tract or other viscera to undergo normal rotation during embryonic development.

mal·ro·ta·tion

(mal'rō-tā'shŭn)
Failure during embryonic development of normal rotation of all or part of an organ or system such as the midgut or kidney.

malrotation

abnormal or pathological rotation, as of the vertebral column; failure of normal rotation of an organ, such as the gut, during embryological development.
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Classic malrotation is characterised by aberrant positions of both pre-arterial and post-arterial loops.
The finding of the malrotation, as shown in Figure 3, is one such causal finding that while very rare is definitely most consequential.
Complex humeral shaft fractures are difficult to achieve good reduction in operations, especially in correcting malrotation.
Effect of simple malrotation on percutaneous nephrolithotomy: A matched pair multicenter analysis.
Within hours, she was in the Sick Kids hospital in Edinburgh and a consultant was explaining she had intestinal gut malrotation - her small intestine had attached back to front and was twisted.
The treatment goals should be 1) restoration of articular congruity, 2) reduction of malrotation, 3) maintenance of reduction with minimal surgical intervention, 4) surgical acceptable wounds and scars and 5) assessment of soft tissue injuries.
On abdominal ultrasonography performed in pediatric surgery clinic, enlargement in the mesenteric lymph nodes, intestinal malrotation and invagination in an approximately 3 cm segment in the jejunal bowel loops were found.
Intraoperative endoscopic removal of a duodenal bezoar in a patient with intestinal malrotation.
Praseedom, "Adult duodenal intussusception associated with congenital malrotation," World Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
The anomalies associated with CUAVD include seminal vesicles and ejaculatory ducts anomalies, cryptorchidism, malrotation of the solitary kidney, multi-cystic kidney, ectopic kidney, and horseshoe kidney and they are often asymptomatic so that they are diagnosed incidentally during orchidopexy or surgical exploration for inguinal hernias or even during evaluation for infertility in adults.