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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.


Arterial phase shows SMA to right of SMV. Small bowel predominates on right and no ascending colon is seen on the right.
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MPX2540_synpic18534: Arterial phase shows SMA to right of SMV. Small bowel predominates on right and no ascending colon is seen on the right.


Midgut malrotation with appendicitis

Book SGB - MedPix

Arterial phase shows SMA to right of SMV. Small bowel predominates on right and no ascending colon is seen on the right.
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MPX2540_synpic18534: Arterial phase shows SMA to right of SMV. Small bowel predominates on right and no ascending colon is seen on the right.

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.