Anomalies of intestinal rotation and fixation: consequences of late diagnosis beyond two years of age

@article{Penco2007AnomaliesOI,
  title={Anomalies of intestinal rotation and fixation: consequences of late diagnosis beyond two years of age},
  author={J. M. Moran Penco and J. Cardenal Murillo and Antonio Hern{\'a}ndez and Urbano De La Calle Pato and Diego Fernando Masjoan and F. Romero Aceituno},
  journal={Pediatric Surgery International},
  year={2007},
  volume={23},
  pages={723-730}
}
The malrotation and no well fixation anomalies of the digestive tract is also frequent in older child, young and adult, with characteristic and specific clinical presentation. Actually, the diagnostic and treatment seem to be late, after suffering prolonged symptoms and/or in emergency. We present nine cases of anomalies in the embryonic development of the digestive tract which were diagnosed and treated in infants or young, all above 2 years old. Eight cases were of more or less complete… CONTINUE READING

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