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Midgut malrotation with appendicitis

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Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Midgut malrotation with appendicitis

History: Several week history of poorly localized abdominal pain.

Findings: Midgut malrotation with duodenum failing to cross midline and small bowel in right abdomen. Cecum in lower mid-right abdomen. Abnormal position of SMV/SMA. Inflammatory changes surrounding cecum and area of appendix with fluid collection.

Ddx: Malrotation Appendicitis with rupture Abscess Perforated diverticula

Dxhow: radiographic diagnosis

Exam: Diffuse lower abdominal pain without rebound or guarding.

No MeSH data available.


Abnormally located cecum with surrounding inflammation and fluid collection. Appendix not seen.
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Midgut malrotation with appendicitis

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Abnormally located cecum with surrounding inflammation and fluid collection. Appendix not seen.
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MPX2540_synpic18532: Abnormally located cecum with surrounding inflammation and fluid collection. Appendix not seen.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Midgut malrotation with appendicitis

History: Several week history of poorly localized abdominal pain.

Findings: Midgut malrotation with duodenum failing to cross midline and small bowel in right abdomen. Cecum in lower mid-right abdomen. Abnormal position of SMV/SMA. Inflammatory changes surrounding cecum and area of appendix with fluid collection.

Ddx: Malrotation Appendicitis with rupture Abscess Perforated diverticula

Dxhow: radiographic diagnosis

Exam: Diffuse lower abdominal pain without rebound or guarding.

No MeSH data available.