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Case 24 

Case 24
Case 24

Ellen Chung

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date: 31 October 2020

2-day-old with emesis.

AP (left) and lateral (right) images from an upper GI series demonstrate an abnormal corkscrew course of the jejunum (arrowheads).

This finding is diagnostic.

Patients with midgut volvulus are predisposed by malrotation and malfixation of the bowel during embryonic life....

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