intestinal malrotation


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intestinal malrotation

GI disease The malrotation of the intestines in utero, occurring to a greater or lesser degree than normal. See Ileus, Megacolon.
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His son, Mon 'Gabe' Gabriel, was born prematurely on April 17 and had been in and out of the hospital at least four times because of an abnormality called intestinal malrotation, which happens when a baby's intestines don't form into a coil in the abdomen.
Intestinal obstruction due to congenital intestinal malrotation is usually diagnosed in neonates but may, in rare cases, occur during pregnancy.
Successful treatment of a 14-year-old patient with intestinal malrotation with laparoscopic Ladd procedure: case report and literature review.
He was born with a bowel condition called intestinal malrotation and has undergone an operation that has left him unable to eat for two months.
Mucinous neoplasms of appendix can also present with uncommon anatomical abnormalities such as intestinal malrotation or situs inversus.
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.
25 Intestinal malrotation is common in this syndrome, but complications such as obstruction or volvulus are infrequent.
We ruled out other usual causes of intestinal obstruction in children, including intestinal malrotation, intussusception, and Hirschsprung's disease.
Combination of partial situs inversus, polysplenia and annular pancreas with duodenal obstruction and intestinal malrotation.
Bile can be associated with life-threatening surgical conditions, such as intestinal malrotation and intussusception.
1989) in four siblings of a family as a combination of hydrocephalus with patent aqueduct of sylvius, hypoplastic lungs with extra lobation, intestinal malrotation with or without omphalocoele and skeletal anomalies.
These bands are associated with intestinal malrotation, usually causing duodenal compression and are fibrous in nature.

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