[Acute intra-abdominal gastric volvulus in adults. Defect of dorsal mesogastrium fusion].

Abstract

A case of acute intra-abdominal gastric volvulus in an adult patient is presented. It was caused by the absence of dorsal mesogastrium fusion and was responsible for a gastric necrosis and peritonitis. The mobile spleen displaced the greater curvature of the stomach to the right. This case-report illustrates an association between an anatomical abnormality… (More)

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