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The diagnosis of malrotation and volvulus in the older child and adult: A trap for radiologists

The diagnosis of malrotation and volvulus in the older child and adult: A trap for radiologists,10.1007/BF02010316,Pediatric Radiology,W. E. Berdon

The diagnosis of malrotation and volvulus in the older child and adult: A trap for radiologists   (Citations: 12)
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Journal: Pediatric Radiology - PEDIAT RADIOL , vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 101-103, 1995
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    • ...Several papers in the literature have reported that computed tomography (CT) scanning for patients with intestinal malrotation can be helpful to identify an abnormally positioned superior mesenteric vein lying anterior to or to the left of the superior mesenteric artery [3, 5, 9, 15]...

    G. M. Matzkeet al. Surgical management of intestinal malrotation in adults: comparative r...

    • ...Other findings on an UGI series with small-bowel follow-through include displacement of jejunal loops into the right side of the abdomen and a cecum positioned in the right upper quadrant [4, 6]...

    Jeremy Aidlenet al. Malrotation with midgut volvulus: CT findings of bowel infarction

    • ...The common presentation is upper intestinal obstruction usually in the first year of life especially in neonatal period (1, 2) but there are reports of rare cases with delayed presentation in late adulthood (3, 4). The clinical presentation of MM in older children and adults is usually nonspecific with a history of episodic abdominal pain and vomiting (5, 6) and are usually due to chronic complications of MM including chronic duodenal ...

    H. Nahviet al. MIDGUT MALROTATION IN OLDER CHILDREN

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