nonrotation of the intestine

nonrotation of the intestine

In embryonic development, failure of the gut to turn to its normal position, often reversing the location of the right and left sides of the bowel, changing the relationship of the superior mesenteric vessels, and leading to other anomalies, including polysplenia and/or aplasia of the uncinate process of the pancreas.
See also: nonrotation
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