midgut volvulus

midgut volvulus

volvulus neonatorum involving the entire part of the intestines derived from the midgut.
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Endoscopic management of a pregnant lady with duodenal obstruction due to malrotation with midgut volvulus.
Midgut volvulus due to jejunal diverticula: a case report.
Vanishing gut due to midgut volvulus and bowel infarction, 3.
A male infant born at 34 weeks' gestation, birth weight 1 800 g, underwent laparotomy and subsequent relook for midgut volvulus with extensive small-bowel necrosis on day 25 of life.
Most of the causes are usually benign and require little or no treatment for example anal fissure juvenile polyps but sometimes LGIB may be due to a more severe and at times life threatening conditions like Intussusception Meckel's diverticulum midgut volvulus and peptic ulcer disease 12 13.
The pancreatic duct was also found to be prominent (not shown) and this was thought to be secondary to obstruction from the midgut volvulus.
Long-term complications that can arise in patients after gastric bypass include internal hernia, small bowel ischemia, acute mesenteric venous thrombosis, and midgut volvulus.
After performing an abdominal computarized tomography, a midgut volvulus was diagnosed and later confirmed by an intestinal transit time.
Successful weaning from total parenteral nutrition in all 15 survivors after the Bianchi procedure was not related to gestational age, she continued; it was associated with diagnosis of short-bowel atresia or midgut volvulus and presence of an ileocecal valve.